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Vem gillar inte rabarber? Mjuk rabarberkaka är min favorit. Men det verkar som att alla har ett speciellt recept i sina gömmor. Jag ska prova dem alla! Det finns nämligen ingenting som talar om att våren har kommit som när rabarbern är redo att skördas. […]

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Många gånger serveras den bästa brunchen hemma. Jag tycker personligen att brunch ute tenderar att vara överskattad. Dels kan man ta bort alla delar som man inte tycker om. (Om det nu finns sådana.) Ha koll på vad som är i det man äter. Men […]

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Waffle’s day It’s Monday today, but it’s also the day of the Waffles here in Sweden. And I for one, think it’s a fabulous day. I mean what Monday is complete without dessert? None, thank you very much. In Sweden all the grocery stores have […]

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I love bread. I could live off good quality bread. Dip in olive oil and be done. If you are anything like me, you’ll love Greek Tortano. All the best flavours in one bread. You can almost smell it right? How to make Tortano The […]

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In this post, I’m going to guide you on how to taste olive oil. You may think olive oil is just olive oil, right? Actually, you couldn’t be more wrong. Olive oil tasting is much like wine tasting, they differ in both taste and pungency. […]

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Girl’s night in I had a phone date with one of my oldest girlfriends yesterday. We don’t do it very often. I could blame it on distance, family and work. All of which is true. But truth be told, I’m also crap at talking on […]

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The semla is a classical Swedish pastry that is served on Shrove Tuesday. Now days even before. But it used to be served as treat after fast. During the last couple of years the Semla, whether a vegan semla or not has popped up in […]

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I know it’s been quiet in here for a while. And that’s about to change. Just as I teach change when it comes to food and wellness. I had to change as well. Meaning I had to choose a direction I wanted to go with […]

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There’s a Swedish Christmas dessert that is called rice á la Malta. Swedish rice pudding.  It’s sort of rice pudding that has nothing to do with Malta at all. However, most families have their own recipe for it. It’s mostly common during Christmas, but can, […]

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Sponsored content Matsmart What if I told you that you buy groceries cheaper, in bigger quantities (if you want) all the while you are helping to reduce food waste. Sounds good? Keep on reading on how you can do the same. Stocking your pantry I […]

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