In Denmark we have had a long and beautiful relationship with a very special, yet simple, type of food. Most Danish children are ‘built’ on this – and most of us enjoy it for lunch throughout our entire life.
I have had an ambivalent relationship with root veggies for quite some years. In theory I always have and always will love them.
Are you ready for a lil’ friday comfort treat?
As we have established a few times Autumn = Comfort food on so many levels.
Where should I begin. My love for pumpkin is very real, deep and will probably last a lifetime. It is actually not a relationship that have lasted very long.
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.
Patties, sometimes also called fritters, are one of my absolute favourite foods. There are just as many things to love about them as there are ways to make them. I have different favourite patties for different seasons.
When you are visiting exciting new or dear familiar countries it is difficult not to absolutely fall in love with at least some part of their cuisine.
I need to start this post with ‘Oh I love Thailand’! Currently spending my time chili’ by the water, reading novels, eating Thai food and being absolutely relaxed, what more can you ask for?
Well I can’t skip the blog just be
Quite a while back when we entered the new Millennium sushi swept in and pretty much became the new black – a very exotic and very fancy eating in the Western world.
It’s been a while since I’ve made a pie which is in fact a shame! I love pies. They are absolutely incredible, the crisp, buttery crust with a nutty flavour from the whole grain flour combined with the creamy filling.