Monthly Archives: October 2011

This blog has moved…

From today this blog has moved to Scandelights.com, where you find all the posts from this blog as well as a new and updated design. The plan is to make this blog even more concentrated around my Scandinavian heritage, both … Continue reading

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Italian chicken liver mousse

I had almost my first encounter with chicken liver (cooking it I mean) just a little while ago when I used this recipe to make a paté with cognac and porcini mushrooms. The only reason I didn’t post it on … Continue reading

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Lamb stew with red wine, cream, mushrooms and thyme

Last week I did what one is suppose to do with a slowcooker – I made it cook dinner for me while I was at work. And it worked a charm. I browned the meat the night before and seasoned … Continue reading

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Smoky polenta chips (and burgers)

We had burgers and chips for dinner one day last week. With one big twist; it was polenta chips. And they tasted of smoked cheese. Unfortunately I can’t take credit for this amazing recipe, that fame belongs to Yotam Ottolenghi, … Continue reading

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Weekly update and next week’s menu

Westminster, April 2011 This week has past quickly, I guess being out and about a few days make it go even quicker than usual. It has been a good week though, with visits to two of my favourite restaurants in … Continue reading

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Peanut butter chocolate cheesecake

The last cake for work last month was another Nigella number. You can always trust her not to make something half-hearted or too healthy (and I mean that in a good way). This chessecake is more of an all-in kind … Continue reading

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Autumn in Sweden

The heading might strike you as peculiar, as we have autumn in the UK as well. But you see, these is a vast difference between the semi-autumn we have here in London, with temperatures around 20C, muggy weather and the … Continue reading

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Ottolenghi’s one pot wonder

As I might have told you several times already, I am a huge fan of Ottolenghi’s cooking. Mostly I adore his cookbook Plenty but I also like the Ottolenghi cookbook that was published before Plenty. This recipe is another one … Continue reading

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Triple lemon yoghurt cake

I have seen this recipe on most of the Swedish food blogs I read religiously, and now finally have I tried to make it myself as well. The recipe is courtesy of fabulous Anne of Anne’s food, another Swedish food … Continue reading

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Nigella’s autumnal birthday cake

The September cakes for work were three quite different ones. The first one was Nigella’s autumnal birthday cake which sounded amazing when I read the recipe, but I was rather disappointed actually. It sponges were quite dry. Admittedly, mine was … Continue reading

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