Quick and Easy Kimchi, Fermentation (and stink) Optional

Lately I’ve been on what T has elegantly termed “one of your detours into regional cuisines” – more specifically, I’ve been trying to learn some about Korean food.  It all started with a desire for bibimbap (link to the promised recipe!) – a dish I’d only ever eaten in restaurants, and guess what?  Jyväskylä doesn’t have a Korean restaurant that I know of.  There are, after all, … Continue reading Quick and Easy Kimchi, Fermentation (and stink) Optional

Things Food Bloggers Eat – 2: A Vaguely-Japanese Fried Rice

Yesterday’s post began a series which has been in the works – or at least in my head – for a long time, but hadn’t been realised until now: a series of pictures of random things T and I eat when the story of lunch goes something like this:  wake up with a headache, mop around slurping coffee a while, realize it’s 13:30 and there … Continue reading Things Food Bloggers Eat – 2: A Vaguely-Japanese Fried Rice

Orange and Chili Tiger Prawns with Lemon Thyme

Although I have posted about prawns before (and here, and here, too), I still don’t feel that I have done this amazing, healthy and luxurious food justice.  In my opinion, crustaceans in general, and giant prawns in particular, are among the best things to eat – and easiest to prepare as well. Besides, it’s early March, which here, in Sweden, is still technically winter – … Continue reading Orange and Chili Tiger Prawns with Lemon Thyme