Easy Cabbage Pancakes

Super easy, but super good and, what’s more important, super healthy cabbage pancakes from my childhood. I remember waking up to this heavenly smell on a lazy Sunday morning when my mummy was standing by the oven and making breakfast for the whole family… You will need: some cabbage (new harvest recommended) and your imagination! […]

Add a Little Twist to Your Pico de Gallo

Would like to freshen up your Mexican dinner? Add some radish to your pico de gallo! It gives crisp and piquancy to your Mexican salad. Pico de gallo traditionally consists of tomatoes, white onion and cilantro – three colors, just like the Mexican flag! Add some salt, pepper and a good deal of lime juice. […]

My Best Pavlova Recipe

I’ve been searching for the best Pavlova recipe, I’ve been trying out tons of different recipes, in several languages and in various sources. And I found it! The recipe below is the result of my research and trial. This is your success every time, at every party and in every company. People just love it! […]

Perfect Healthy Snack

Don’t know what to make for lunch this afternoon? Would like something easy, but tasty? This snack is for you! I call it EGGS IN EGGS! Simply boil the amount of eggs you want.Make them hard-boiled (around 5 min). Cool them, cut in halves. Take the yolk out and put it in a separate bowl. […]

Iced Fingers à la Paul Hollywood

  This is something I tried to bake for Easter, and it came out pretty good! I used Paul Hollywood‘s recipe, which you can find here. The only thing is that he uses a lot of salt, to my taste, but you have to discover it on your own! Be courageous and try to make […]

Best Croissant Recipe

  I made these following the instructions and recipe from Paul Hollywood’s How to Bake. I’ve tasted a lot of croissants in various places on our planet Earth, but these babies are the best! I’m giving you just the link to his book. Comment, please, if you want the recipe itself! I’ll post it on […]

What’s up with all the liquids?

What’s up with all the liquids?     Have you ever made a sauce which was too thin or bread which was too heavy? I have! And I want to learn from my mistakes. The rule is simple: a sauce – use less liquid than you should according to the recipe (or add little by […]

Haddock Fish’n Chips à la Sina style

I was allowed to share this recipe. You know, this recipe belongs to my husband’s late granny, Hansine, or short – Sina. My husband usually cooks it every Monday for dinner, and now, after weeks of begging, I can finally share this delicious haddock recipy with you, my friends. So, I would call it fish’n […]

Macarons talk

I hate throwing out food! And I hate it even more when I can’t get it right when I use a new recipe! I’m not a cook, I’m an amature, but I like to experiment, and I like a good challenge! So, today I was trying to make macarons using a Norwegian recipe from a […]