Category Archives: Spring

Young carrots with dill yoghurt and toasted cumin

This post is sponsored by Åhléns and as always, photos and words by me. A while ago I was asked by Åhléns (Swedish department store chain) to share a recipe on the theme “Alla länders land”, meaning “The country of all countries”. If you’ve ever been to Sweden (or Scandinavia) you know that we hold […]

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White bean dip with ramps and chili

Ramps season is finally on again. And the other day, on my morning walk in the woods nearby, I found the first green fragrant ramp leaves peeking up towards the sky. Ramps (or wild garlic , or ramsons) with their unique flavor, reminiscent of garlic, leeks and chives, is perfect for dip sauces, pestos and […]

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Brown rice noodles with wild garlic pesto, asparagus and soft goats cheese

Spring has finally arrived here in Gothenburg and even if it’s still a bit chilly, the temperature is starting to rise. Little by little every day now. Undoubtedly spring is the time for asparagus and wild garlic, and this comforting noodle dish has become one my favorite easy recipes for those April days when there […]

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Strawberry, hibiscus and watermelon ice pops and A rhubarb hibiscus cocktail

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I am sure that those of you who celebrate Midsummer feast (mainly in the Scandinavian countries – am I right?) are all set with your pickled herrings, new potatoes, elderflower cordials and strawberry cakes by now. Right? We will be celebrating Midsummer eve tomorrow with friends in Falkenberg, a bit south from Gothenburg, and the […]

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Life lately + A gluten free vanilla scented rhubarb cake

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It’s been quiet around here lately. I’ve been wrapped up in a lot of projects and haven’t had any time to spend on the blog. And I’ve missed spending time here. I’ve also missed spending time browsing my favorite blogs, commenting and collecting new ideas. So, today I thought I’d just pop by to leave […]

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