Category Archives: Sponsored posts

Carrot & Halloumi Burgers and Avocado Chocolate Mousse + a short summary of my recent workshop

Last Friday I had the honor to meet seven new students at another food styling and photography workshop here in Dagmar’s Kitchen. And as always on these workshops, it is so inspiring to meet other food photography nuts and just sit down and chat about those things that “normal” people just don’t get. This workshop […]

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A Holiday Cheese Board with Homemade Fig and Orange Marmalade + Spicy Nuts

This post is sponsored by Saint Agur and as always, photos and words by me. I have worked with Saint Agur blue cheese to create this cheese board with a few really simple homemade snacks to go with it. I really love Christmas, but I am totally not into stressing over food, decorations, gifts or […]

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A sweet and spicy Kale and Brussels sprout salad for Christmas

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This post is sponsored by Kung Markatta and as always, photos and words by me. According to a survey made recently by Kung Markatta, the Swedes want more green dishes and more vegetarian options to choose from during the holidays. The survey also shows that Christmas food is very important to the Swedes, in fact […]

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Creamy Citrus and Turmeric Chia Pudding or Sunshine Pudding

This post is sponsored by Foodspring and as always, photos and words by me. I have been working with Foodspring to create this recipe using some of their products. And I believe this little jar (or bowl) of sunshine is what many of us desperately need right now! At least if you live up North […]

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Chunky chickpea mash with maple roasted carrots

This post is sponsored by Bonduelle and as always, photos and words by me. I recently worked with Bonduelle to create a simple recipe using some of their new canned products. The new products include organic chickpeas, organic kidney beans, white beans and mixed beans – all of them are steamed and therefore very crisp […]

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