Today USA celebrates cheese day so I made a list with great recipes with cheese. If you feel like inspiration is not with you today, check this list and try some of my recipes. You will love them. Shrimp and cheese quesadilla Baked macaroni and cheese/ Papanasi - romanian dumplings with cheese Appetizer with… Continue reading Happy cheese day!
After Easter we got lots of hard boiled eggs. If you are tired to eat them like that you can try to make egg salad or deviled eggs. This year we made deviled eggs. Deviled are beautiful and elegant appetizers. They also are very easy to make and you don’t need too many ingredients. So… Continue reading Deviled eggs with leftover Easter eggs
Caviar is expensive and also is an acquired taste. Quality caviar is hard to find but it takes heavenly. If you like it, of course. If not, start trying it, anytime you have an occasion. For parties, caviar is a great way to look classy and impress your friends. I got a small jar of… Continue reading Salmon caviar
Beetroots have long been used for medicinal purposes. It is low in fat, full of vitamins and minerals and packed with powerful antioxidants. You need to add it to your daily or weekly intake food. Roasting takes more time than boiling, but the beetroot is sweeter and has a more intense red color. There are… Continue reading Vegan beetroot puree
Today, the Irish people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, which is the Patron Saint of Ireland. Since 1961, St Patrick has also been regarded as a patron saint of Nigeria, too. Dress in green, where a green wig, drink pints of Guinness, eat something green or cook Irish stews are way to celebrate the day. The… Continue reading Vegetarian spinach tart for St. Patrick’s Day
My mother in law brought me a beautiful present from Denmark this summer: red and black caviar. Many people find caviar delicious but some don’t like it at all. I like caviar, but I can’t eat a lot and often. Caviar (salt-cured fish-eggs) is considered a delicacy and is eaten as a garnish or a… Continue reading Black caviar
The Hasselback potatoes are Swedish and are not your average baked potatoes. They look very fancy and elegant and can make quite an impression at your dinner table. These baked potato fans were popularized as the namesake dish of the restaurant at the Hasselbacken Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden in the 1700s. In Sweden, these delicious… Continue reading Chili Half Hasselback potatoes