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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Pressure cooked baked beans with amazing 24 hour flatbread

By On August 2, 2015

I love baked beans. I love fresh bread, despite people saying low-carb diets is the name of the game. So how about the richest bean and bacon stew you’ve ever had, with… Read More

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Perfect steak with Hasselback potatoes and home made béarnaise

By On May 13, 2015

Who doesn’t like a good steak? Vegetarians, I guess. But except them? People who don’t eat red meat. But if you exclude all those too, who doesn’t like a good steak? Nobody.… Read More

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Apple fries with coconut dip

By On April 1, 2015

This might be the shortest recipe yet. Wonderful apples fries, soft on the inside and crispy on the outside. Coated with cinnamon and sugar. And a dip made from coconut cream with a… Read More

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Slow-cooked Coca-Cola lamb

By On February 7, 2015

If you really hate mutton, this might not be a dish for you. If you’re just “not very found of mutton”, I’m sure you’ll like this anyway. It’s full of spices, herbs, all… Read More

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Korean Jeyuk-bokkeum (제육 볶음)

By On November 15, 2014

Bokkeum in korean simply refers to stir-fried food. The verb form of the word is “bokkda” (볶다) which means “cooking dried ingredients over heat.” Now days the use of the word is not limited to… Read More