Isn’t summer the best season, when it comes to food? Yet, I have the tendency to end up preparing the same dishes over and over again. It’s time to try out some new stuff, so I searched the web for a bunch of summer recipes that I want to make in August.
Long time no cocktail hour. But recently we were in the mood for Bloody Marys – usually a drink that reminds me of transatlantic flights and bars in New York City. Find my recipe for a perfect Bloody Mary in the post.
Cinnamon buns or Kanelbulle, the taste of Sweden! Ever since my first stay in Stockholm, this has been my favourite pastry. They are super simple to make and the perfect addition to your weekend breakfast. They are also a staple of a proper Swedish ‘Fika’. But, to be honest, they are good any time of the day.
Who does not love Pizza? On the occasion of World Pizza Day, I thought I’d compile a short post featuring five delicious pizza recipes. Preheat the oven and enjoy!
On the weekend I have been hitting the cookbooks and food blogs looking for inspiration for our Christmas Dinner. I can imagine that some of you might still be researching, too. So, I thought I’d share my favourite ideas with you.
Learn how to bake the best Christmas cookies in the world with my grandmother’s Spekulatius recipe.
A post sponsored by thebar.com: After some beautiful autumn days, the first cold spell has finally arrived in Switzerland. The temperatures fell below 5 degrees and the first frost arrived. They have started installing the Christmas lights in the city centre and I won’t have to tell you that the stores are already filled to the brim with Christmas candy and decorations. Winter is near and to give it a due welcome, I felt it was time to leave the ice in the freezer and stir up some delicious winter drinks.
The Negroni is a classic Aperitivo from Italy. There are plenty of variations of the drink; from the Americano to the Negroni Sbagliato. Here is the recipe for the classic version using Campari, gin, and sweet vermouth.