Blueberry-Raspberry-Cinnamon Quick Bread (even for those with egg allergy)

A couple of days ago, on a cold and snowy day (they are all like that now, but I’d be the last to complain), I decided to bake something on an afternoon, because T was out in the freeze (or at least traveling home through said freeze) after a long day, and I though it would be nice if he came home to the scent … Continue reading Blueberry-Raspberry-Cinnamon Quick Bread (even for those with egg allergy)

Autumn Saturday in Stockholm: Spice Shop and Haymarket

I am not sure I’ve mentioned this, but autumn is probably my favorite season. I am also aware of the fact that I say that I love a lot of things – to eat, to do, and different weather, and… the reason for that is probably just me: I love a lot of things and I don’t feel the need to pick necessarily.  I really … Continue reading Autumn Saturday in Stockholm: Spice Shop and Haymarket

Infused Alcohol – For Whatever You Celebrate

It is early autumn, the days are getting ever so slightly chillier, and the light tends to fall a little aslant. I can feel the change of season in the air, and to me in terms of my kitchen, it means two things: I want to bake (an urge that I tend to resist except when have guests), and I know it is time to make infused … Continue reading Infused Alcohol – For Whatever You Celebrate

Cinnamon and Cassia: The Unpublicized Story

We all know cinnamon—the familiar sweet and spicy smell, associated, at least for the Northerners, with the winter holidays and all the lovely pastry confections we so love to eat. Or well, at least I do, but that’s not saying much, seeing how my view on food is best expressed as a paraphrase of the old proverb: all foods are good except the bad ones. … Continue reading Cinnamon and Cassia: The Unpublicized Story