Cheese and Vegemite Scones

Cheese and Vegemite Scones Phew, I’ve been so busy the last few days! I’ve been meaning to write this for so long but things have always run away from me. So what I have been up to you may wonder? Well, the bulk of my time has been spent on my freelance web work (shameless plug...
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Chocolate Biskvi

Chocolate Biskvi I was really hoping to post something “Swedish” today, but in reading up about biskvi, I discovered that apparently they were first made in France, at the end of the 19th century. That said, I’ve never seen them in France, nor have I seen anything...
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Cranking out some Carrot Bread

Cranking out some Carrot Bread My mind was full of ideas of things I wanted to make and post this weekend. The only problem is, when you’re in classes every day, you literally have a window of a weekend for cooking. Add into this mix the fact that it’s dark by around 3pm then you need...
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Anisgrisar (Anise Pigs)

Anisgrisar (Anise Pigs) Just in time for Christmas, here’s a Swedish festive special for you all. “Anisbröd”, or Anise Bread, which is sometimes called Anisgrisar (Anise Pigs). I have absolutely no idea why they are called the latter. Apparently someone, once upon a time,...
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Late to the party: Kale Chips

Late to the party: Kale Chips Yes, I am horribly late to the party, and I realise that these have been done a million ways before, up, down, and sideways, but I have a good excuse! I never once saw kale when I was living in France. After visiting a myriad markets, stores, and supermarkets I just...
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