Let me introduce you to Miró Manufacture de Café, one of my favorite cafés here in Zurich.
This lamb’s lettuce with mushrooms and bacon is easy to prepare and perfect for a quick lunch or as a side salad or starter.
I adapted this recipe for lamb with beer and shallots from Nigel Slater’s A Year of Good Eating. It’s very easy to make and just perfect for autumn.
It’s super easy, but rewarding to make preserved lemons. Here is a very simple recipe using only a couple of fresh lemons and sea salt.
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.
Homemade granola has become a staple in my cupboard. It’s super simple and you can experiment with ingredients to your liking. Find my favorite recipe for homemade granola in this post.
Learn how to bake the best Christmas cookies in the world with my grandmother’s Spekulatius recipe.
These two winter drinks are not only delicious, they are also really easy to make. While the Hot Toddy is great for a calm evening on the sofa, the Glühwein is perfect for serving at a gathering with friends or family.
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.
Cold brew, frappucinos, and other iced coffee variations are all over the place. My personal revelation when it comes to cold coffee, however, is iced coffee the way it is served in Japan. Find out how to make Japanese iced coffee in this post.
While super ripe bananas are a nightmare for many people, to me they are pure bliss as they are the main ingredient in Banana Bread. Here is my recipe.
Monk is the name of a small restaurant right next to the Philosopher’s Path in the northern Higashiyama district of Kyoto. It’s the place where I had one of the best dinners of my life.
Learn how to cook an easy but delicious asparagus soup from those peels and roots.