1. The Most Wonderful Christmas Markets of Switzerland
The time has come, Christmas is just around the corner. And in the air! Yesterday I breathed in the scent of Christmas cookies for the first time in my stairwell. Heavenly. But I'm not only looking forward to the sweet treats,
2. Anoah Now or Never
If you haven’t been to Anoah yet, this is your chance! The restaurant will be looking for a new location in the new year, so these are the last half-dozen weeks you can go for a dinner with juice or wine pairing or a lavish
3. BANHMI at Bellevue
If, like me, you stayed in Zürich this Summer, you might have gotten a tad jealous at all your friends’ holiday food pictures from around the world. Luckily, Züri has plenty of joints that take you on a culinary trip. BANHMI is one
1. Lost red Montblanc computer bag/briefcase (with computer)
If anyone has found a red leather Montblanc computer bag/briefcase on the IR 36 train from Brugg to Basel between 18:00 and 19:00 on Friday December 7, PLEASE contact me at 076 609 7037.
dark green notebook
2. Please tell me where can I get a financial essay
Please tell me where can I get a financial essay
3. English Book Club
We are a small group meeting on a monthly basis to discuss a book and usually have dinner together afterwards (not obligatory).
We meet in Zurich and our October book is: Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan
If you would like to
1. Fancy getting a bit more money coming in?
Making money with a side hustle is simpler than ever these days. Or at least, I keep hearing how people I know are setting up some clever online business and making a fortune out of it. Am I the only one who just goes out for
2. No platform offers more than Crowdify
Do you have an exciting idea or project up your sleeve and are planning a crowdfunding project for it?
Then Crowdify (formerly 100-days.net) is the right platform for you. No other platform offers the combination of having
1. Casa nostrana
Albisstrasse 25, 8038 Zürich
2. Lucky Dumpling: Authentic Chinese
6 years ago we welcomed 'Dini Mueter' to the Langstrasse. This summer, the bar and restaurant underwent a refurbishment and just reopened its doors with a new concept and a new name. Well, actually the new name is also the concept: Lucky
3. Ooki: All the way from Tokyo
Whenever a new Japanese restaurant opens somewhere, you can be sure that I’m not far behind. This new locale is called Ooki and serves gyoza, ramen, tempura, udon, Japanese curries and sake. The interior is very authentic, the
I am a volunteer at PAFI, a small foundation in Switzerland that supports 200 children from an underprivileged community in Brazil to go to school and eat a warm meal per day. Recently, we fulfilled the children's dream of a sports field. To complete the project, install plumbing and buy sport equipment we are looking for some additional funding. Because we don't have any administrative costs, every cent benefits the children directly. Here is the link to the project: https://www.crowdify.net/de/projekt/sport-pausenplatz
Does anyone know organisations and foundations in Switzerland that we could contact to supporting our project?
It’s the combination of features that makes them unique.
No more spilling, the Golyo ICE tray can be easily filled through the filling opening and is absolutely leak-proof afterwards. This means it can be placed in the freezer in any position, even upright next to the pizza!
Since silicone is inherently flexible, the single ice globes can be easily removed from the ice tray.
Just pull off the lid, apply a little pressure from the back and the ice globe will almost jump out in your direction.
Large ice globes
A globe is the geometric shape that has the smallest surface area in relation to its volume. Therefore, this shape is ideal for "ice cubes".
Because of the small surface, an ice globe melts more slowly, so the drink is cooled longer and less watered down. The Golyo ICE globes have a diameter of 4.5cm. For the vast majority of drinks, one piece is quite enough. When I make my beloved iced coffee, one globe is enough to keep the drink cool, and by the time I've finished it, it's not even fully melted
Silicone is based on silicon, i.e. quartz sand, and not on petroleum like "normal" plastics. It is inherently flexible, so no plasticisers are needed.
Silicone is considered to be absolutely harmless; it is not for nothing that it is often used in medicine, e.g. for heart valves.
Moreover, silicone does not decompose into microplastics should it get into the environment.
It is my concern that this will not be another China import product. Unfortunately, I was not able to find a manufacturer in Switzerland who had the right infrastructure and was willing to produce it. That's why I chose a company just around the corner in Germany.
All the photos and the video show handmade prototypes.