Monthly Archives: November 2010

25 November: Peasoup and Swedish pancakes

Today I though of all kinds of different soups to cook. Cauliflower, creamy vegetable soup (ängamat), mushroom soup, nettle soup, broccoli with horseradish, I could go on forever. But the truth is that it has now been two weeks since

25 November: Peasoup and Swedish pancakes

Today I though of all kinds of different soups to cook. Cauliflower, creamy vegetable soup (ängamat), mushroom soup, nettle soup, broccoli with horseradish, I could go on forever. But the truth is that it has now been two weeks since

24 November: Horse radish sauce with soy stripes

The winter has arrived in Sweden and I think most of the country is covered in snow today. This weekend is the 1st Advent and it is tradition in Sweden to invite friends over for glögg, gingerbread cookies and saffron

24 November: Horse radish sauce with soy stripes

The winter has arrived in Sweden and I think most of the country is covered in snow today. This weekend is the 1st Advent and it is tradition in Sweden to invite friends over for glögg, gingerbread cookies and saffron

23 Nov: Pannbiff med lök

One thing I really like with the different dishes we’ve published on the blog is that they are cheap, easy and usually takes little time to make. There are a lot of cookbooks out there that only have really fancy

23 Nov: Pannbiff med lök

One thing I really like with the different dishes we’ve published on the blog is that they are cheap, easy and usually takes little time to make. There are a lot of cookbooks out there that only have really fancy

22 November: Kallops

Another stew. All the Nordic countries got lots of different dishes that is mostly boiled root vegetables and meat. Don’t real get it why we used to be so obsessed with boiling… The dish is a bit bland but add

22 November: Kallops

Another stew. All the Nordic countries got lots of different dishes that is mostly boiled root vegetables and meat. Don’t real get it why we used to be so obsessed with boiling… The dish is a bit bland but add

21 Nov: Creamed makaroni’s and soy balls

Today I cooked something that the kids love! And since we’re both a bit childish, we do too! We “cream” a lot of things here in Sweden; white cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, potatoes. But today we’ll stick to macaroni’s. Creamed macaroni’s

21 Nov: Creamed makaroni’s and soy balls

Today I cooked something that the kids love! And since we’re both a bit childish, we do too! We “cream” a lot of things here in Sweden; white cabbage, cauliflower, carrots, potatoes. But today we’ll stick to macaroni’s. Creamed macaroni’s

20 November: Board Steak

Board steak, plankstek, is not really traditional Swedish cooking but it has become a very special dish in a short time in Sweden. It originate from Hungary but in this form it is very Swedish, normally you have it at

20 November: Board Steak

Board steak, plankstek, is not really traditional Swedish cooking but it has become a very special dish in a short time in Sweden. It originate from Hungary but in this form it is very Swedish, normally you have it at

19 November: Seaman’s pot

Seaman’s pot, Sjömansbiff, is an easy dinner to make. The name originate from cooking aboard ships using only one pot. To be honest we found this dish a bit bland so maybe it should be spiced up a bit, at

19 November: Seaman’s pot

Seaman’s pot, Sjömansbiff, is an easy dinner to make. The name originate from cooking aboard ships using only one pot. To be honest we found this dish a bit bland so maybe it should be spiced up a bit, at