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Łazanki with crispy pork

By On December 15, 2015

There are tons of stories about pasta and where it originates from. Maybe it was introduced to the Italians from the arab world, of maybe by the greeks. Or perhaps it was… Read More

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Vegan pina colada meringue sandwiches

By On November 18, 2015

If you’re vegan, you’ll love this meringue desert. Imagine that, meringues without egg white! If you’re not vegan, you’ll still find this fascinating. Let’s not lie here, making it with fresh eggs is better… Read More

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Burger from the ground up

By On October 19, 2015

I’ll start by quoting Wikipedia: “There have been many claims about the origin of the hamburger. The earliest known report in a newspaper is from July 5, 1896, when the Chicago Daily Tribune made… Read More

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Glorious salmon with pea puré

By On September 29, 2015

”Lax med kokt potatis” means salmon with boiled potatoes. It’s quite popular in Sweden, and is often served with melted butter, potatoes boiled with dill, and boiled peas. This is a variation… Read More

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Simply a muddy brownie

By On August 30, 2015

Is mud-cake a failed brownie? No, in my opinion it’s a brownie with the perfect amount of flour and that hasn’t been over cooked. I like the creamy muddy texture of the… Read More

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Really fat apple cake with vanilla custard

By On June 21, 2015

If there’s one thing everybody in the western world understands, it’s baked goods with apples in them. Like apple cake. This one is as simply as it is amazing. It’s feels really moist… Read More

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Classic Swedish Kåldolmar

By On March 17, 2015

About 300 years ago, King Carl XII of Sweden went into war. You see, in those times head of states were the master and commander and as such they stood in the front lines with… Read More

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Tiramisú

By On January 6, 2015

A tiramisú is a classic Italian desert first invented in the sixties. So no, it’s not one of those things that were eaten back in ancient times. There are many variations, and… Read More

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Lussebullar & Glögg

By On December 22, 2014

Lussebullar (plural of lussebulle) are sweet buns baked around Christmas, by pretty much every Swedish family you’ll ever meet. The “bulle/bullar” means bun/buns, and the etymology of lusse isn’t perfectly clear. It is believed they… Read More

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Amazing orange barbecue chicken wings with home made fries

By On November 30, 2014

I really like American style buffalo wings, drenched in spicy, sweet, sour, and smokey sauce. I really like Chinese style orange chicken (陈皮鸡). Well, to be honest it’s an American Chinese idea, found… Read More