Here in the Nordic countries we have a quite amazing and beautiful tradition for making twisted buns filled with delicious stuff. I guess it began with Sweden twisting a cinnamon bun into a ‘Snurre’ and people were amazed and still are.
I think we all have that favourite bread recipe, the one we always turn to and trust to come out perfect despite sometimes crazy alterations and fancy new add-ins.
As some of you might recall I have a major thing for anything with dough. Yes, pizza, burger, wraps, pies, pitas you name it ? ? I literally can’t get enough.
I just arrived home after finishing one out of two exams before it is finally summer holiday.
I am blessed with an exceptional well functioning stomach.
A few weeks back I received a copy of a cookbook that I had been eager to get my hand on.
Oh holy mother Mary…finally Christmas has arrived, yaaay! Being a big time sucker for this amazing holiday has the benefit that instead of going around grumpy about the cold, overload of people, decorations everywhere, extra pounds gaining up
I am back…sorry for the silence, but I’ve been in my exam cave, isolated from the world, exercising my brain 13 hour a day, peew!
This cake was actually one I developed for my birthday a month back.
Last week I spend my autumn holiday in Aarhus, despite 5 days with the flu, I managed to develop and shoot 4 new recipes! One of things I miss the most when living in Copenhagen, despite Jonas, is my little bright and wonderful shooting space includ
In Denmark we have several food related traditions and products that I am proud of and appreciate a lot.