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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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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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Crêpes Suzette with clove flavored ice-cream

By On December 22, 2015

You know the Christmas smell of cloves and orange? Or the smell of citrus and cloves in perfume? Imagine if you could eat that perfume, have you ever thought about that? Like… 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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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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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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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