Autumn has officially arrived, still we have quite the summer feeling here in little Denmark and the sun has been a steady companion during most of September. I have actually reached the point where I long for grey days and colder temperatures.
Let me start by introducing you to the newest member of a very cool group called: Cand.Scient in human nutrition! I am done! I have graduated! And I am officially on maternity leave ♥
I feels so good.
Once again we have been harvesting a whole lot of ripe and very delicious plums from our little green garden. I always get a little overwhelmed by the huge amount of fruit and I instantly start to plan how I can get the most out of it.
It is no secret that I love cheese and especially feta! So I was rather excited when I got the offer to develop three delicious recipes in co-operation with Taverna.
It’s time for my monthly recipe (jeez) I know it has been sparse here – but I have a ton of good explanations, that I already elaborated here and won’t bore you with again.
I will start be apologizing for the title, I know it is cheesy – but frankly I couldn’t resist.
I was developing some dessert recipes for a dairy brand a few weeks ago, where they had a classic pear belle Helene on the menu.
Well it is time for Shawarma + a little competition are you ready?
Most of us living in the city can go around the corner and find a classic shawarma.
As a freelance food developer and photographer I often get some cool and very inspirational jobs, that really sets my creativity and love for seasonal produce on fire.
Hi guys. It’s been a while, and to be honest there might be a little longer between the post in the following month.
It think it is safe to say that most people love a creamy, delicious dip, and I personally feel that it can bind the whole meal together. Famous dippings counts hummus, pesto, guacamole and haydari, all inspired by the middle east.