Category: Swiss breads


Swiss Bread: Solothurner Brot

Solothurn is a Kanton in Switzerland which is quite understated but in principle, is loaded with class, culture and history.  It was home to the French King’s ambassador from the 16th Century through the 18th Century. What came from that was the French culture, and influence.  Solothurn is full of Baroque architecture found in city …

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Swiss Bread: Berner Brot

The Berner Bread is as lovely as the Mid-Evil city of Bern.  A brief history:  Bern is the countries capital, and it’s where the parliament building is.  It is perched on the River Aare, and has a beautiful view of the Bernese Alp Range.  If that wasn’t enough, Bern was home to Albert Einstein in …

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Swiss Bread: Aargauer Brot

Aargauer bread, the shape is determines the taste

Swiss Aargauer bread is our neighboring canton, and sadly, this bread was not an easy bread to find. We searched all the neighboring bakeries in the Aargau region with no success. It seems the popularity and demand from this Aargauer Brot has fizzled. I’m not quite convinced that this is the choice of the public, …

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