I have a serious weak spot for crispy, delicate asian salads.
Cauliflower Couscous w. Grilled Apricots and Vanilla-Lemon Dressing served with Serrano Wrapped and Feta Stuffed Chicken
Before we officially say goodbye to the summer I wanted to share a recipe I have enjoyed a few times this season.
Last night we were gonna make a simple summer dinner using some of the ingredients we had on hands. Lately our fridge has been filled with summer squash (aka zucchini) and fresh corncobs.
Well, well, well as briefly mentioned in earlier posts spring has set it’s fingerprint on Denmark pretty early this year. We are having warm days with 15 degrees and beautiful pale sunshine that brings out those rosy cheeks and freckles.
The other day it was time to try an old classic but to me new exciting dish! I Have always been fan of Italian food since their cuisine is so intriguing, filled with slow cooked tomato sauces, fresh herbs, golden drops of olive oil and oh ooh the fa
Oh family – that dear sweet loving family! I am a big time family person.
Holidays often revolve around food. All traditions seem to be bound on special menus that all vary from country to country and within religions and cultures.
I am so not supposed to be spending my time on blogging right now..but I simply can not help it. I am busy reading studies and literature for my BA and my head is filled with studies about fat composition, cholesterol, low carb diets etc.
When summer arrives, which it officially will tomorrow the 1st of June, a lot of wonderful things follow.
Last year in my internship I was fortunate enough to participate in a national Cherry Festival. And yes it was exactly as it sounds a festival to celebrate the ripe, sun-warmed and aromatic Danish cherries.