I love to travel around the world and wherever I go I always fit in a supermarket visit. I don't find it as exciting as visiting places' wet markets but aisle upon aisle of foreign food is always going to be of interest. It's not just for looking either and I'll always pick up a few goodies to take home. Luckily Switzerland isn't too far away and so I'm happy to buy fresh produce. I'm never quite sure whether it's legal to bring back fresh sausages (as Switzerland isn't the EU) but out of all the things in the world one can smuggle I think a bratwurst is fairly low on the morally bankrupt stakes. This time around I got some big kalbsbratwurst (veal), bratwurst (pork) and weisswurst (pork), all very pale, smooth and delicate compared to a British Banger but tasty nevertheless.
You can't have a wurst without mustard though and I adore the way the Swiss use toothpaste tubes to sell theirs. Not only does it look good in their primary colours but it's also a great design for such liquid condiments - nice and easy to squeeze out how much you want and no scraping around the bottom of the jar for the last bit. This time I picked up a mild and a strong, the mild is very dijon like and the strong like a Dijon English mustard mix.