Monthly Archives: August 2010

Yummy sandwiches

What do to with leftover aioli? Make some nice sandwiches and spread them with beautiful yellow aioli, add parma ham, salami and cheddar. Soo tasty. Yummy sandwiches Simply bake some homebake ciabattas in the oven, leave to cool, cut in half and spread both … Continue reading

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Fish soup with aioli

On Saturday I made fish soup for the first time, totally improvised but with my mother’s version in mind (although not knwing the recipe for it). I think I came quite close, and this is exactly how I like my … Continue reading

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Schnitzel burger with potato wedges

Sometimes I’m in the mood for really greasy food. It usually occurs when I’ve had lots of wine to drink the night before… strange isn’t it?! This happened to me on Friday, all I could think about was comfort food … Continue reading

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Pink champagne truffels

These truffles are my absolute favourite! To visit Charbonnel et Walker’s shop on Bond Street is like stepping into chocolate heaven with cute little boxes. This is a great gift for someone who has everything, or instead of dessert after a … Continue reading

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St Germain

I found this elderflower liqueur on Nigella’s website, and it is so fabulous I want to tell everyone I know about it. We have finished off a bottle quite quickly, and everyone we treat to a glass of this is hooked. … Continue reading

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Baked camembert

I eat this a lot. Maybe too often, but it is so good I just can’t help it… 🙂 Usually I serve it with some other finger foods and some nice bread. Baked camembert, as a starter for 4 or … Continue reading

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Finger food platter

In Sweden we like to eat plockmat, lots of different little bits for dinner with some nice bread with it. After our big lunch out on Sunday we couldn’t really think much about food that afternoon, we were too full, … Continue reading

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Parma parcels, fresh figs and crema di balsamico

I love to eat tapas-style food, without it having to be Spanish food at all. Sharing plates of food with friends makes me happy! This is a recipe I found in a Swedish cookbook by Monika Ahlberg. It is dead … Continue reading

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Trinity again

Monday mornings are not my favourite, and I always struggle to change from weekend mode to work week mode. That is probably the reason why I forgot the cable for my camera this morning and can’t upload any photos. Instead … Continue reading

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Borough Market

This lovely food market is a place I can never get enough of! There are always new things to discover as the seasons change, and yet I haven’t tried all the different lunch options they have, and some I might … Continue reading

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