I made this yummy sweet potato and carrot soup for dinner last Monday – and ate it throughout the week. 4 servings when you live alone… it’s either eat it until you’re sick of it – or have a decent-sized freezer.
The Mac + Cheese Cookbook: 50 Simple Recipes from Homeroom, America’s Favorite Mac and Cheese Restaurant by Allison Arevalo All the recipes in the book looked like they’d taste amazing. (Especially at this time of year, when all you want is something nice and warm and gooey and cheesy… I’m sorry, what was the topic… Continue reading Review: The Mac + Cheese Cookbook: 50 Simple Recipes from Homeroom, America’s Favorite Mac and Cheese Restaurant
This is a delicious, filling – autumn recipe. Going into darker times (or, if you’re where I am, the darker times have been inching in since September) you need some comfort food. My reason for making it is a fairly simple one. It all started with a book. I can’t recall the book right now,… Continue reading Chicken Paprikash
Sometimes you just want something warm, filling and bacon. This is one of those times. The original name of the dish is Brennende Kjærlighet/Brænnende kærlighed, and it is originally a Danish dish. However, the Norwegian adaption on Matprat.no, looked a bit more intriguing in terms of flavor profile. Also, there was cheese involved in the… Continue reading Burning love
Mutton in cabbage, or Fårikål, in Norwegian, is one of the recipes that Norwegians view as traditional and Norwegian. It usually is made in the fall, and actually has a whole day dedicated to it. September 29. There are also groups dedicated to it, and friends will get together for dinner parties. It is about… Continue reading Mutton in cabbage
Never mind that I’m nearly three months late in posting this. I was hit with something just before Christmas, and was tapped for energy almost all through January. On New Year’s Eve, though, I managed to find enough energy to be creative in the kitchen. Together with Sister S, we scouted cook book, blogs and… Continue reading My New Year’s Eve Menu
After really binging this weekend (why, oh, why?) I felt the need for something healthy for dinner today. I landed on carrot patties – made from the same principle as hamburger patties, I guess, but without meat. If you have a food processor, this is not a time-consuming recipe. If not, like me, you’re going… Continue reading Healthy Cooking: Carrot patties