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New York calling

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 13, 2012 | Category : Musings

Yup, it’s time for another gastronomic voyage and this time, it’s the Big Apple! As luck would have it, Restaurant Week starts on the 16th and continues for 2 weeks which is perfect for us. It’s a really great deal – 3 courses lunch prix fixe menu for only $24.07... more

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Breakfast of champions

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 12, 2012 | Category : Musings


…is a huge papaya! Bought it the day before yesterday and was thinking about it all day long! Couldn’t wait to come to work as I had left the papaya there! I didn’t even realise that I was craving papaya until I saw the fruit! I love papayas! Is there... more

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What to eat when hiking

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 10, 2012 | Category : General, Musings


There’s something about fresh air that just increases one’s appetite! I guess it’s also because I’m expending alot of energy on my hikes. Fortunately, this time it was only 15km – the first stage of Roslagsleden. Now what to bring that has little weight but will give you a lot... more

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Meaning of life – food!

By: | 0 Comments | On: May 3, 2012 | Category : General, Musings

Food plays such a big part of my life. We were talking at a get-together and I was surprised to hear that not everyone dreams about food! Why not? OK, we can’t choose what we get to dream about but I just thought it’s normal to dream about food! I... more

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London calling

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 26, 2012 | Category : General, Musings

Yes, it’s time to pop over to London UK for a gourmet holiday! In a month’s time :). We’ll be staying for 3 nights and have a couple of venues planned already. 3-course dinner for £35 at Roux at the Landau 3-course lunch for £25 at Jun Tanaka’s Pearl Lunch... more

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Our kitchen being held hostage by the workmen

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 24, 2012 | Category : Musings

Yes, it took a long time but our kitchen is almost finished! 6 weeks of eating out (very expensive) or eating microwaveable food (boring). We couldn’t agree on a colour for the accent wall so it became something extremely bright – neon green!!! I must say that with this experience... more

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Things I’d like to learn to make before kicking the bucket

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 19, 2012 | Category : Musings

stroopwafel - caramel cookie waffles

Yep, this is my bucket list of things I’d like to learn to make before the powers-that-be take over! Suffering from a head cold and all I can think about is comfort food! I want some congee (rice soup for all you uninitiated)!   1. Stroopwafels or caramel cookie waffles.... more

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Alternative Swedish Easter

By: | 0 Comments | On: April 11, 2012 | Category : Chinese, Musings, Swedish

spring rolls

Too much eggs can be harmful… 😉 Our alternative Swedish Easter was a Chinese feast with spring rolls,  3-cup chicken, stir fry cabbage and eggs, and an avocado pie (recipes to come)! I know I know – what’s with all the avocados lately? Well, I bought them cheap 2 weeks... more

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Tweak #3 of our chili recipe

By: | 0 Comments | On: March 23, 2012 | Category : Contest, Mexican, Musings, Savories

I wrote yesterday that the fusion chili was funky. One day later and it has really developed into something special. Unfortunately, hubby doesn’t like it at all! For the third and last tweak, we’re going traditional! We’ve always added our own twist to a recipe so it has never been... more

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Tweak #2 of our chili recipe

By: | 0 Comments | On: March 22, 2012 | Category : Contest, Mexican, Musings, Savories

First off, the first tweak didn’t develop in taste as I had hoped. The flavours were much weaker one day later and I’m not talking about the heat. I suspect that we were too ravenous last night and allowed our stomachs to discern the taste which of course is totally... more

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