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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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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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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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Lemon and olive oil cake

By On October 28, 2014

I’m not really into generic sponge cakes. They’re rarely moist, because recipes call for way too long oven times, and people tend to over bake them and/or hold back on the fat,… Read More

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Swedish chocolate balls with a touch of whisky

By On September 3, 2014

  In a global world, Sweden has but traces of its culinary traditions left. All cultures evolve, and there’s nothing bad about it, really. Sure people still eat falukorv (a Swedish thick wiener kind… Read More

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Minchia Milanese

By On July 20, 2014

Panettone is basically an egg sponge cake, leavened with spontaneous sourdough, and flavored with an assortment of chopped up candied fruits, raisins and zest from citrus fruit. Making a panettone cake the old fashion way, letting… Read More

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Cherry Chocolate Pancakes

By On June 15, 2014

Pancake. A cake in a pan. So simple, yet the lingual confusion is always there. I once had breakfast with a French woman. She wanted pancakes, and because I’m born and raised in… Read More

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Artisanal Ants on a stick

By On June 5, 2014

If pretentious means that something is marked by an unwarranted claim to importance and distinction, it is safe to call most hipsters pretentious. Per definition. Eating from a food truck is no different… Read More