I am a terribly lazy blogger. Why is that, you ask? Simply, because I blog for the pleasure of it, and this blog is not monetized, so I do it on occasions when I have something to write about, have the time to write, and some nice photos of food that I might have managed to snap before it got devoured. Which means, in order … Continue reading Opulence of the East – Persian Jeweled Rice and Slow-Roasted Shoulder of Lamb with Quinces
The holiday season is here! No, please don’t go after me with a frying pan! I don’t usually start it this early, but you see, a couple of fantastic friends are coming to visit me next weekend from over-the-puddle England, and I won’t have time to decorate 4 weeks before Yule, so we’re starting to prepare and decorate now. Also in preparation to that, I’ll … Continue reading The Scent of The Holiday Season – Saffron, Almond and Marzipan Buns!
My wonderful other half has returned from Canada, and appears to have lost our camera. Now, I love him anyway, with camera or without (not to mention the fact that he’d bought me a really fancy large bottle of Canadian maple syrup and a box of maple fudge – fudge which I will have to try to replicate at home. I must, for I am … Continue reading Cooking From Scratch : How To Shop
Swedish April weather has turned to [you-know-what]. Yes, yes, I know it could be worse, it could be raining. To which I can only add that it’s not raining right now, but it rained earlier today. And yesterday. The flowers are happy, and the hypothetical ducks would be, except it’s also windy. You get the idea. On top of the lovely natural phenomenon that is … Continue reading Of Bad Weather, Broken Fridge and Saffron Rice