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Churros

By On September 17, 2017

Churros is the goto festival food of Spanish speaking countries, especially Mexico and Spain. Who knows when and how it first came to existence? Some say it was invented by Spanish shepherds.… Read More

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Chicken Tikka Masala in your own home

By On August 11, 2017

There are a couple of myths surrounding this dish. First of all, Christopher Columbus wasn’t this brilliant mind who knew earth was round while everyone else in the world thought it was… Read More

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Västerbottenostpaj with skagenröra

By On July 18, 2017

Swedes eat something called Västerbottenostpaj. It’s a cheese pie made with a Swedish cheese called Västerbottenost. It’s kind of a quiche, for a lack of a better word. The pie is often found on… Read More

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Kaiserschmarrn – the fucked up Austrian pancake

By On March 16, 2017

There’s this story about an Austrian queen who wanted to make her emperor husband some dessert. She tried to make pancakes, but she made them way too sweet and when she was… Read More

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Stuffed beaked sweet potato with asian flavors

By On January 20, 2017

Who doesn’t love asian food? Who doesn’t love sweet potatoes? Who says you can’t combine flavours from different cuisines in one and the same dish? I don’t know. But what I do… Read More

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Caramel bananas with lemon balm ice cream

By On December 23, 2016

Have you ever had deep fried bananas? Have you ever tried dulce de leche (Spanish caramel)? Have you ever eaten lemon balm flavored ice cream? If you have, you must already know that… Read More

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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

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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

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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

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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