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Chili con carne is certainly not a typical food of the Alpine regions of Europe, so why this posting in this travel page?
Well, the fact is that I never happened to find products with a "Made in Liechtenstein" label ... except from the cans of chili con carne sold in the Swiss supermarkets of the Coop chain.
Is it good? Well, of course it is not like a freshly made one, but I like it more than other canned versions of this food that I have found in other places in Europe.
Written Sep 13, 2011
Radio Liechtenstein is... well, just a radio - with news, interviews, music and so on... in German, so not for everyone. And yet, everyone should listen to it - just to say you have done it, of course - but also to know what's up the in principality.
here are some of its frequences:
Vaduz: 96.9 FM
Malbun: 100.3 FM
Triesenberg: 89.2 FM
Updated May 19, 2006