August 2010

Smoked trout mousse

August 25, 2010

Smoked trout mousse is a quick and easy dish, which is great on small pieces of bread and served as canapés, but it also makes a lovely lunch served on top of a slice of rye bread or other brown bread and drizzled with lemon juice. You can also chose to serve the smoked trout […]

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Coq au vin blanc

August 21, 2010

Coq au vin is without a doubt one of my favorites among the French bistro dishes. It’s quite a simple dish containing mushrooms, onions, wine, herbs and of course a chicken or, if you want to be traditional, a rooster. Each on their own, these ingredients just mentioned are all things, I always love to […]

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Banana cake with chocolate ganache and walnuts

August 19, 2010

I believe that many keen home cooks, like me, have a certain cake they cook over and over again. For me, this cake has for the last couple of years been the almost famous chocolate mud cake. It is the cake former colleagues still rave about and its the cake my mum asks me to […]

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Chili con carne

August 17, 2010

Chili con carne is a simple yet delicious dish, which can be changed to fit what ever ingredients you might have at hand, your time, your budget and possible wishes of sneaking vegetables into the daily meal without picky children or spouses noticing. Make a double portion now you’re at it, as it freezes very […]

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Cheese cake with blueberry syrup

August 13, 2010

As with so many other things in the culinary world, there are a million ways to cook the always popular cheese cake. Sometimes baked, sometimes eaten uncooked. Sometimes with gelatine, sometimes without. Some recipes use cream or mascarpone cheese, while others stick to creme fraiche mixed with cream cheese. The latter, along with sugar and […]

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Irish stew

August 10, 2010

With my connection to Ireland it is only right that one of the first recipes on this blog is of the most famous of Irish dishes – outside of Ireland at least. Irish stew is a wonderful dish containing stewed lamb, carrots, onion and potatoes. It is simple food, when it is best, and although […]

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