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Amazing home made kebab with home made pita

By On November 5, 2016

Let’s start with the meat We’re going to use spices of all kinds. There is no “middle eastern kitchen”, what you eat depends a lot on where in the arab world you… Read More

Dutch Baby Pancake
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Dutch Baby Pancakes

By On October 4, 2016

All these long an complicated recipes being published. For once, I’d like to share a simple yet amazingly good pancake. Eat it for desert or, like I do, for breakfast. It yields… Read More

Gnocchi alla puttanesca. Like spaghetti alla puttanesca but gnocchi.
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Gnocchi alla puttanesca

By On September 12, 2016

The separate anchovy sauce Normally, you’d mix anchovy into the sauce, but we’ll do a fancy version with a rich “anchovy jus” on the side. You’ll need: Whatever vegetables you have in… Read More

Swedish cardamom buns (kardemummabullar)
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Swedish cardamom buns

By On July 22, 2016

The Swedish kardemummabulle (cardamum bun) is as important to Swedes as the Swedish kanelbulle (cinnamon bun). All Swedes eat cake and drink coffee or tea. The event of doing this is called… Read More

Cubano with beer bread
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Beer bread sandwich Cubano style

By On June 22, 2016

There are tons of recipes for Cubano sandwiches. For those who are not familiar with it, it’s basically a pork shoulder sandwich with mayo and pickles served in Florida. There’s nothing traditional… Read More

Snowcap cookies with berries
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Snow cap cookies deluxe

By On June 3, 2016

These cookies are special in many ways. First, it’s not really a cookie in the crispy or chewy sense. It’s rather a small cake with a sugar crust around it and a… Read More

Deep fried chicken
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Crispy noodle coated chicken

By On May 7, 2016

Have you ever been to KFC, hating the idea of eating at a chain, and then realizing that the chicken is actually quite good? I will argue that the key to a good… Read More

Swedish Pyttipanna
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Pyttipanna

By On April 5, 2016

All countries have recipes that are based on leftovers. Italians have their frittata, Koreans have their bibimbap, the French make pain perdu (knows as French toast in the English speaking world), and… Read More

Doughnuts
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Diastatic Doughnuts

By On February 28, 2016

Who doesn’t like doughnuts? A lot of people. But for those who do like them, I’ve made the best doughnuts I know how to make. They have an amazing texture, all fluffy… Read More

GarlicPasta (6)
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3xGarlic pasta

By On January 23, 2016

Garlic! Some say it has healing properties, some say they don’t like garlic but actually do they just don’t know there’s garlic in their food, others truly hate it. Most people like it… Read More