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Food waste as a cause

Food waste as a cause

We are quite good in Sweden when it comes to food waste. People, in general, are quite aware of the problem and try to solve it. There are tv shows dedicated to the subject, books written and social movements. Good as in there are a […]

Jack O’Lantern stuffed peppers

Jack O’Lantern stuffed peppers

Jack O’Lantern stuffed peppers are the perfect addition to your Halloween party. They are easy to make, a little creepy and yet delicious to eat. These Jack O’lantern stuffed peppers are vegetarian, however, you can fill them with anything you like. I fill my Jack O’Lantern stuffed peppers […]

Roasted heirloom tomato soup

Roasted heirloom tomato soup

You know those days when you get home from picking up your kids from school? When you get home and you realise that you don’t have the energy to cook? Ever have those days? Those days what saves me is the roasted heirloom tomato soup. […]

How to host a crayfish party – and why you should

How to host a crayfish party – and why you should

West Bothnia Cheese pie or Västerbottenost paj as we call it in Sweden. Is a must at every crayfish party. The characteristics of the West Bothnia Cheese makes it especially delicious for this pie. It’s silky smooth inside and crisp outside will make you want to eat […]

Sweet potato jacket in the oven

Sweet potato jacket in the oven

I made a post on my Instagram this week about hell hour. Let’s continue down that road. Because let’s face it, school just started. We have a long way until Christmas break. Sweet potato jackets bake themselves in the oven. The topping takes about 5 […]

Shakshuka -Middle eastern quick food

Shakshuka -Middle eastern quick food

Shakshuka is my favourite Middle Eastern go-to meal. It’s quick, it’s very flavourful and all it takes is 20 minutes. And if you have eggs and tomato sauce you have your base. I would say that’s pretty damn perfect. Shakshuka – what? I always mispronounce […]

Hungarian plum dumplings

Hungarian plum dumplings

Hungarian plum dumplings or Szilvás gomboc as they are called in Hungarian is the epitome of my childhood. This is how my grandmother showed me her deepest love for me. And after making Hungarian plum dumplings myself I now know how deep that love went. There […]

Hungarian chilled cherry soup

Hungarian chilled cherry soup

Today I’m giving you a Hungarian summer classic, the chilled cherry soup. Nothing brings me back to my roots as much as this soup. In our family, no one really likes it, except for me and my dad. Which means more to us. It’s a really […]

Leftover foods to love

Leftover foods to love

Leftover foods are a constant pickle in our house. It really kills me to see perfectly good food go to waste. Yet I really don’t like to eat the same meal two days in a row. A bit of a pickle huh? And it’s not […]

Green kale salad – for your gut-health

Green kale salad – for your gut-health

Green kale salad is often referred to as something bitter and has somewhat of a bad reputation. However, all of this is about to change with this recipe. Green kale salad or green kale, in general, is packed with nutrients and essential for your gut-health. Green kale […]