Cherry Burger: 1/2 lb house blend creekstone farms beef, red onion marmalade, raclette
And as delicious as it would be, we can't expect it to get a raclette
burner and start spooning molten goodness onto a plate any time soon.
Guests indulged in Vietnamese specialties and other favorites, such as raclette
, a lamb carving station, sushi bar, alongside an impeccable selection of champagne, rose, red wine, and lychee martinis.
The guests enjoyed traditional Swiss raclette
and other gastronomical delights while Ciqam music group, comprising young musicians from Gilgit-Baltistan, entertained them.
This traditional peasant dish - named after the cheese itself - is called raclette
, which loosely means "to scrape", and originated here in Switzerland's Val de Bagnes.
Later, I learned the cheese dish was called raclette
is a semi-hard cheese that is usually fashioned into a wheel of about 6 kg (13 lb).
When we arrive on a Sunday, The Creameries in Chorlton is doing raclette
, so the air is punctured with the smell of molten cheese, too - the dairyaverse might want to look away now.
I ate the best ribs I've ever had at Rodney Scott's BBQ and a monumentally tasty raclette
burger at Felix.
For the winter months, Fairway is promoting fondue and raclette
cheeses "because what's old is new again," using in-store samplings and raclette
grilling demos to create customer excitement, Corsello says.
and study more word parts," said Atman, 12, who won the DuPage County spelling bee last month after 10 rounds by correctly spelling "arbitrage" and "raclette
." It was Atman's second consecutive first-place finish at the county bee.
, mozzarella sticks, toasties and some crazy innovations from the UK's best traders will be available.