Graubünden air-dried beef

Graubünden air-dried beef

“Bündnerfleisch” (Graubünden air-dried beef) is a culinary specialty and a protected trademark from the picturesque canton of Graubünden. In contrast to Valais dried meat, Dry-cured beef from the Grisons is cured beef from the thigh muscle, from which...
Capuns – Graubünden specialty

Capuns – Graubünden specialty

Capuns is a traditional and hearty dish that originated in the Grisons. It consists of parcels made from spaetzle dough and a delicious filling of herbs and chopped Landjäger, salsiz or the famous Bündnerfleisch. These parcels are typically wrapped in chard leaves,...
Engadine nut cake

Engadine nut cake

Bündner Nusstorte, also known as “Engadiner Nusstorte”(Engadine nut cake), is undoubtedly the most famous culinary specialty of the canton of Graubünden. Alongside pear bread, it is the most important export product of Graubünden’s bakers and...
Maluns – Graubünden specialty

Maluns – Graubünden specialty

Maluns is a traditional potato dish that originated in the rural cuisine of Graubünden. It is made from potatoes that have been boiled and grated the day before, mixed with flour and slowly roasted in delicious butter. Although it is sometimes compared to the famous...
Chalandamarz – spring custom

Chalandamarz – spring custom

Chalandamarz is a joyful spring custom celebrated in parts of the Romansh-speaking and Italian-speaking areas of the canton of Graubünden. Traditionally, this lively celebration takes place on or around March 1, the beginning of the Roman year. Today, Chalandamarz is...