Pancakes with Oats and Almond Flour
My dear friend made these for me not too long ago and I’ve been dying to have them again. This morning I finally had the time to do it and they were every bit as good as I remembered. The recipe yields quite a lot though, so we’re having left-over pancakes tomorrow too!
(Serves 6 […]
Ratatouille with Zucchini Flowers
It is late August and hence time to harvest some of all those zucchini and tomatoes (that you can buy at the supermarket!).
1 large zucchine or 2 small ones or a million tiny ones As many zucchini flowers as you have the nerve to pick 4 large tomatoes 1 red bell pepper […]
Pointy Cabbage, Zucchini Flowers in Oyster Sauce
I just ate this for dinner and it was delicious!
I thought I’d share:
Olive oil Half a head of pointy cabbage 1 zucchini and as many zucchini flowers as you can get your greedy little hands on 1/2 cup cashew nuts 2 cloves garlic Oyster sauce, […]
We were met with cheese and crackers and homegrown veggies and dip. Hummus and fruit and wine. Trying to overcome the jetlag, we went to bed at a reasonable hour.
For breakfast we had oat-pancakes made with butter-roasted almond splits and blueberries. Served with sliced bananas, chunky peanut butter and maple […]
Cindafuckingrella’s Christmas Salad Extravaganza
If you are like most people, you need three things in December: vitamins, color and delicious food. (Actually, if you were like most people, you wouldn’t be reading this. Sigh!)
Setting off a regular firework of orange, purple and green, this salad is is an orgy of vitamins and flavour. It takes some chopping – […]
My, My, Apple Pie
Fall is here and so are the great apples. Here is a very easy recipe for a wonderfully comforting apple cake. … You need: 4 tart apples 2 eggs. large 150 grams/5,3 Oz. sugar 50/1,8 Oz. grams melted butter 3/4 dl./2,5 Oz. milk 150/5,3 Oz. grams flour 1 tsp. baking powder 2 tsp. ground cinnamon […]
Wheat (Spelt) Salad
Here is a real food salad with boiled spelt. ( From Wikipedia: “Spelt is a hexaploid species of wheat. Spelt was an important staple in parts of Europe from the Bronze Age to medieval times; it now survives as a relict crop in Central Europe and northern Spain and has found a new market as […]
Fragilité with Rhubarb and White Chocolate
Feeling fragile? Here is the recipe for my very favorite cake in the world. Now, usually, I’m a “screw-fruit-and-bring-out-the-chocolate” kind of person but this cake just has it all: Dead-easy to make, looks like a million dollars, tastes heavenly and can be made well in advance for a lot of people.
(Serves ca. […]
Having company over? Need to whip up something that takes 5 minutes to make and will be ready to serve in, say 20 minutes?
Try these coconut macaroons. They’re delicious! These were made with the help of my 6-year old. Eggshells and all! That’s how easy it is!
50 g/1,8 Oz of butter […]
The Luxury of Crystalized Violets
If you follow my blog regularly, you’ll know that I adore edible flowers. More than any other flower, I adore the violet. It comes out in March as if to tell the world that Spring is coming, it is petite and feminin and it has a wonderful aroma not to be found […]
Death By Chocolate
If you are only going to use one brownie recipe in your entire life – let this be it. (Thank you, Morten Heiberg!!)
It will give you the most moist, sticky, chocolaty, gewy, rich, wonderful and – well, fattening cake you have ever tasted.
A little of this goes a long way! (Like the Sailor […]
Another quick and easy little thing to serve with a chilled glas of Cava is Lox on baguette.
Baguette or what other (white) bread you have – sliced and toasted
Arugula lettuce or other green (baby spinach is great too)
Smoked salmon finely sliced
Salmon roe – or trout roe – […]
A Hot Date with Bacon
Having been married since last century, it has been forever since I went on a really hot date. Luckily, us chubby housewives have ways of compensating… So here’s a hot date!
Well, here’s a very easy, quick and delicious entree, tapas or hors d’oeuvre.
Dates – alternatively, you can […]
When, in our house, the wonderful fragrance of cinnamon spreads, you know we’re almost there. Christmas.
Here is the recipe for my World Famous Cinnamon-Vulcanized Almonds.
1 cup almonds
1 cup water
1 cup sugar
1 table spoon ground cinnamon
Grilled Aubergine With Goat Cheese
Here is a nice little lunch or entree – it will also work as a side dish or in a tapas-setting.
1 aubergine (eggplant), rinsed, ends cut off
A bit of oil, preferable in a spray – or just brush it on with a food-brush (or even dab it […]
Thai Week: Red Coconut Soup With Turkey Breast
Thai Week, Part Two!
We can’t have Thai week with out some coconut-milk-dish!
2 cans of coconut milk
600 grams of turkey breast or chicken
1000 grams of mixed veggies (I’ve used squash (zucchini) and bell peppers (NEVER the green ones, they should be banned.) You could also use broccoli, string beans […]
Thai Week: Pomelo Salad With Wanami Shrimp
This week has been Thai food week at our house.
Seems like when you take the trouble of stocking up on fresh chilies, coriander, ginger, lemon grass and lime, you might as well make Thai food a couple of nights since these ingredients are used in a lot of different Thai dishes.
Winterfoods: Red Cabbage Salad
Here is another nice winter salad to compliment the Waldorf Salad.
1 head of red cabbage
3-4 table spoons of apple-cider vinegar
3-5 bay leaves
2 big peeled, sliced apples
3 heaped table spoons of currant gel
2 tea spoons duck broth concentrate (or you can just use salt – it is […]
Winterfoods: Waldorf Salad
Fall is here.
The leaves are turning yellow, red, purple and brown.
The grass is sparklingly covered with an icy layer of frost in the mornings. It is time for some comforting food. It is time to light candles and put on some Ella Fitzgerald, pour yourself a glas of good wine and have a house smelling like […]
A Clean Fantasy In An Otherwise Dirty Mind
It is Monday morning and the house is quiet. Hubby left for work and the wee ones are in school and kindergarden, respectively. We are now in the middle of October and the cold is setting in. I still haven’t been struck by a thunderbolt of enlightenment to tell me how I should proceed with […]
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