Beetroot and Potato Croquettes

Beetroot and Potato Croquettes The best potato croquettes I ever had were some gloriously creamy things with cheese and ham in the middle. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside – as a good croquette should be – with cheese oozing out from the centre when you broke into them. They...
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Pasta-less Lasagne and the giveaway winner is…

Pasta-less Lasagne and the giveaway winner is… Hi folks, I hope you’ve had a great week. I sure have. Remember how I mentioned that I was starting studying again? Well, I’ve cleared that course now. I took the final exam after 3 weeks, passed with an A, and now I’m jumping straight into something...
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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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Croque Monsieur – now with fewer chin burns

Croque Monsieur – now with fewer chin burns You’d think that for something as ubiquitous as a croque monsieur in France you wouldn’t be hard-pressed to find a good one, right? Well, you’d be wrong – at least in my experience. After eight years in France I can now say that I have had only...
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Raggmunkar – a Swedish guest post from “The Wife”

Raggmunkar – a Swedish guest post from “The Wife” Hi folks, today I’m slacking off and generally being very lazy. Fear not though – I’ve asked my dear wife to step in and fill in for me though with a well-loved Swedish dish! Different nationalities will know these, or something similar, by other...
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