Monthly Archives: November 2009

Black Quinoa & Kale Salad

Black Quinoa & Kale Salad

So, a couple of days ago we wrote about our box of organic treats. We tried a salad recipe that came along but switched the …

 

Green Pea Soup

Green Pea Soup

Whenever we eat out this time of the year, soup always seems suitable. The other day we were at one of our favorite cafe’s, close …

 

Say hello to our little organic friend!

Say hello to our little organic friend!

Not much makes us happier than the delivery of organic groceries to our door. Once every other week a company called Årstiderna brings us a …

 

Chili & Chocolate Truffles

Chili & Chocolate Truffles

This is Luise’s favorite version of our Choco-Almond Truffles. Instead of using almonds she added some chili powder. They are almost too easy to make …

 

Basil & Walnut Pesto

Basil & Walnut Pesto

Luise and I met in Rome in Italy. Each date we had i took her to a new restaurant, constantly trying to impress her. It …

 

Broccoli Juice!?!

Broccoli Juice!?!

We don’t have that many fancy kitchen appliances, mainly because we can’t fit anything more into our small kitchen. One that we do have and …

 

Chestnut Spelt Bread

Chestnut Spelt Bread

This beautiful brown bread is made with spelt flour and the very nutritious chestnut flour, it has a very unique taste, really delicious. We got …

 

Crispy Red Cabbage Salad

Crispy Red Cabbage Salad

Red cabbage is a genuine Christmas ingredient in Denmark and Sweden. Often it’s served cooked with sugar. My mom and me made this crispier version …

 

Seven Minute Choco-Almond Truffles

Seven Minute Choco-Almond Truffles

This is a quick late-night snack that we always seem to come back to. They look like the Swedish “Chokladboll” but is made without butter …

 

Pumpkin Pasta

Pumpkin Pasta

This is an Italian recipe that Luise’s relatives always makes this time of the year. The recipe has been kept a secret from her until …

 
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