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Pea Soup Thursday

Happy Thursday, you guys!

Today I thought I would share with you a Swedish tradition that I was actually not aware of until today. Yeah! I moved back to Sweden in September, yet I am still learning every single day, and I know (and hope) that that will be the case for the rest of my life! 316 more words


Maui's best kept secret: locally-inspired cuisine

From postcard perfect Makena Beach to the raw beauty of Haleakala National Park, travellers are spoiled for choice in search of dazzling landscapes on the island of… 1,001 more words


"Sisig Bangus"... Sizzling Milkfish Tidbits

During lunchtime today, I ordered “sisig bangus” (“bangus” is milkfish). Sisig is a famous Philippine food where meat or fish is cut into tiny bits, then marinated in a sour liquid such as lemon juice or vinegar, then seasoned with salt, pepper and other spices… And cooked sizzling hot with onions and garlic. 427 more words

Pinoy Style

Pan Seared Buttered Lobster, Lobster Tartar, Beetroot Puree, Fried Baby Spinach, Miniature Purple Spring Onions, Pea Shoots, Nasturtium flowers, Hibiscus Flowers.

Here it is about looking at the way that plating completely changes the aspect of a plate, to capture the eye and then really show what advance in flavour can be created. 79 more words


Sticky drumsticks w. fried rice

Hey guys As promised the other day, here is my recipe for sticky drumsticks and fried rice. It’s super easy  and tastes good – and can easily be used as lunch the next day! 135 more words


Road-Trippin' the Gulf

disclaimer: I have decided that, because I spend so much time processing photos that it comprises my ability to do daily blog posts (and it always has), from now on I will only include cellphone pics in these posts. 1,713 more words


Film Review: Haute Cuisine(2012)

I consider myself lucky for being able to live where people have super easy access to the cinema. It’s a mere 10 minute walk from home, resulting in impromptu visits at early hours of the day. 327 more words