Did you know that the pot-au-feu (literally “pot on the fire”) is the quintessence of French family cuisine? It is a beef stew, cooked in a broth for long hours and served with vegetables and a marrowbone. During the winter season, Auberge de Savièse serves pot-au-feu as one of its daily specials, every Tuesday at noon. As weather forecasts foresee sub-zero temperatures in the coming days, why don’t you drop by to discover or rediscover this traditional dish, often forgotten by Geneva restaurants.