Monthly Archives: September 2010


I’ve been watching every episode of The Great British Bake Off, and it has really inspired me to bake (even more). I tried Paul Hollywood’s (one of the judges in the program) recipe for scones, and they were really nice. But … Continue reading

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I’ve been in the mood to make (eat) langos (Hungarian street food) for a while now. Even though I’m going to Budapest next week I couldn’t wait any longer. 🙂 I quite like it with some ‘Swedish’ toppings like caviar, but grated … Continue reading

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Pink meringues

After watching an episode of Rachel Allen: Bake where she baked meringues, I was inspired to use up the egg whites I had left in my fridge. Her recipe was really good, they turned out crispy on the outside and chewy … Continue reading

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Poussins with rosemary and lemon

I was incredibly proud of myself on Sunday! I made poussins for the first time and they were (if I may say so myself) delicious! The meat was tender and very moist and the flavours from the seasoning really came … Continue reading

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Pasta with sardines

Inspired by Chris’ cookbook Bringing Italy home by Ursula Ferrigno, I made pasta with sardines the other day. A great low-budget dinner that was really tasty! Pasta with sardines, serves 2 Spaghetti Sauce: 1 onion 1/2 fennel 1 can chopped … Continue reading

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A few foodie days

I have spent two nights in Southampton with my dear friend Gaby, relaxing, gossiping, shopping, eating and talking about food. It has been a few really nice days and she has spoiled me tremendously. On Thursday evening she cooked herb … Continue reading

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Lamb racks

I am staying with my friend Gaby in Southampton for a few days and yesterday we had a lovely girlie evening. She made these lovely lamb racks from a Gordon Ramsay recipe, and afterwards we had nice icecream and watched … Continue reading

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Chèvretoast with fresh figs

Sometimes simple things are the best, like on a Tuesday evening when you’re having your old housemate over for dinner. It doesn’t have to be fancy, just plain nice and tasty. That is when you make a chèvretoast. There isn’t … Continue reading

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Swedish meatballs

After you’ve made these, I promise you won’t long after the IKEA ones anymore, but theseinstead. So very humble of me, but there is a vast difference between homemade and store-bought meatballs. I made meatballs from a kilo of mince … Continue reading

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The Wolseley

I think all Londoners have heard about the Wolseley – that’s how fabulous the restaurant is. I absolutely adore the place, for a number of reasons. The personal one is because this is where Christopher took me for dinner on … Continue reading

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