Rabbit food? No I mean salad! Black bean and cilantro on iceberg.

It’s moving back and forth between rain and sun a little too much for me this Spring. I keep hoping that hot and sunny summer the cold and snowy winter promised is on… Continue reading

Ice Tea Home-made not crystals.

Ice tea also known as Sun tea is in season again! Ice tea is as popular in the warm regions of the US as coffee. It’s easy to make and it’s refreshing. But,… Continue reading

What, why and who is to blame? Mono Detox Day 2

Anders is to blame! As I was leaving the house with a bag full of home-made buffalo wings and all the extras too, I honestly thought to myself, I haven’t seen Anders in… Continue reading

Yet another pasta recipe. Cauliflower, fresh pea and asparagus pasta with browned butter and parmesan.

Slightly irritated at The Man’s paralysis yesterday, I dug into the fridge to see what I could put together without having to go back out into the cold. Seems we miscommunicated. I said… Continue reading

Pizzeria La Fiorita, Copenhagen JUST DREAMY

With a pair of free tickets in our possession we put ourselves on the train to Copenhagen (CPH) to eat pizza. This might seem rather odd, it’s not as if they don’t have… Continue reading

Thoughts about eggs-Deviled Egg Recipe

While cracking eggs into the frying pan the weak shells reminded me of a few facts about eggs. Brown eggs have stronger shells than white eggs, but every other quality is the same.… Continue reading

Bilingual in Sweden

It’s raining cats and dogs and I am plum out of recipe ideas. It’s not winter, but it’s acting winter. So, some ranting and story telling will have to do. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Lately I… Continue reading

Kimchi Cole Slaw, BBQ and Swedish Weather!

Here I was going to start a series of BBQ recipes and then the weather goes from cold, but sunny to cold, grey, wet and depressing. Commenting on the weather is a Scandinavian… Continue reading

Ah a new shrimp recipe! Cabbage and green bean stir fry with garlic shrimps and Sambal Olek

Spring cleaning and re-organizing is underway so not a lot of time for shopping and cooking. Never mind the kitchen is overwhelmed with neglected dishes. So I took what I could find and… Continue reading

Grocery Shopping Abroad-A cultural study.

GROCERY SHOPPING ABROAD One of my musts when abroad is exploring the grocery stores. One would think the difference can’t be all that great. The differences are staggering! What is even more remarkable… Continue reading