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October 25, 2012 / Easy Peasy food

Mushroom and mozzarella salad


I love mozzarella and think it’s the perfect lunch food. For a while I think I made Caprese salad for lunch at least 3 times a week. Which led to a slight overdose of mozzarella, but yesterday I got feeling again and made this mushroom mozzarella salad. Mushrooms and cheese is a great combo and this dish works great as a lunch or a nice little starter.

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October 12, 2012 / Easy Peasy food

Not so tacky tacos

As I’ve mentioned before I love tacos and one of my best friends do to. So when she turned 25 a couple of years ago, she had a “tacky taco party”. It was a costume party and I went for the tacky style. I went all in on bad taste, but the rest of the guest did the whole mexican thing.. Yup, people just figured I hadn’t dressed up at all and that the jersey shore thing was my usual style..

I don’t know if it’s just a swedish tradition or not, but here people love to eat tacos on Fridays (on thursdays we eat peasoup but that’s a whole other story). Anyways so Friday night is taco night and these ones are with fish and pickled onions, yum.

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October 3, 2012 / Easy Peasy food

Lentil soup

I love soups and especially this time of the year. This lentil soup is really easy to make and healthy too, not bad.

I’ve been sick the last couple of days, but with this soup and the new Sons of Anarchy episodes it’s hasn’t been that bad. Jax, I’ll cook you dinner any day of the week..

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September 10, 2012 / Easy Peasy food

Work, travel and pinterest


I’m back in Stockholm again after six months. And I most say, Stockholm feels like the best city in the world right now and Sweden is lovely this time of the year. The weather is crisp, there are mushrooms in the forrest and lots of lovely produce at the market.

I’ve been completely swamped with work since I got back, so haven’t been able to make any new recipes for you guys. I’m going to Tuscany for a my best friends wedding this weekend and then a couple of days to Valbonne in south of France.  And I don’t think there could be any better place to go for some new inspiration. so I promise that I’ll make some new recipes while I’m there.

For some classic food porn while you wait, I recommend my Pinterest. Or check out my favorite blogs, links are to the right.


August 21, 2012 / Easy Peasy food

Ice pops

Ice pops feels like this summer’s big hit. And for good reason, they are super refreshing, easy to make and pretty healthy too. There’s really now need for recipe here so I didn’t measure anything when I made these. Just go for the concept “if you mix great tasting stuff, it’ll taste great”!

Coconut/passionfruit Ice pops

Mix greek yoghurt with honey and some passion fruit. Freeze. Sprinkle with toasted coconut. Eat

Pineapple/passionfruit Ice pops

50/50 pineapple juice and passionfruit juice, add some raspberries and some peach. Freeze. Eat

August 20, 2012 / Easy Peasy food

Simple Salade Niçoise

My vacation is over and I’m back in Sweden again. But before we can call it fall and get ready for comforting food, such as soups and stews. I have a couple of recipes that I made in France, prepared for you. The first one is my version of a real Riviera classic, Salade Nicoise!


For the recipe ..

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August 8, 2012 / Easy Peasy food

Ice ice baby

One of my favorite treats in summer is ice coffee. It’s super refreshing and really tasty. This is a vietnamese inspired one with condensed milk, which gives it a little more sweetness and depth in taste.

Ice coffee vietnamese style

4 double shoots espresso coffee

2-3 tbsp condensed milk

1 cup milk

about 8 ice cubes

This is certainly no rocket science. Just mix all of the ingredients in a blender and serve immediately on cold ice.