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by Jojo Frey July 01, 2014

In about a week, we take off for a whirlwind trip around Europe. We will be in Zürich for a week visiting family. Once we’ve had our fill of raclette, chocolate and weiner schnitzel, we will head to Copenhagen for five days. After, we fly down to Paris for two blissful weeks of sipping champagne, lounging in parks and dining on pâtisseries (for me) and entrecôte (for him).

Though I am eager to try all of the local fare, I have decided to make this trip my first foray into “butter hunting”. Butter in Europe far surpasses what we have available in the United States. Can't wait to try some more!

Floralp, a Swiss butter that my grossmama always had in her home, is my all-time favorite butter. Maybe I’ll discover a French or Danish butter that beats it! More to come…

 

Jojo Frey
Jojo Frey


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