Abisha - Ethiopian Meat Sauce

Abisha – Ethiopian Meat Sauce


I love to travel my pots and pans. They take me to faraway destinations and recreating old memories. Here is a recipe for a favorite dish I often make this at home. And is perfect to be served with Injera, the recipe is just before this. Abisha – Ethiopian Meat Sauce 400g beef mince 2…

Injera - Ethiopian sourdough pancake

Injera – Ethiopian sourdough pancake


These pancakes or bread eaten along with the food instead of potatoes or rice. Thanks they are of sourdough to get the pancakes a lovely flavor. Injera – Ethiopian sourdough pancake 1000 ml plain flour 500 ml barley flour 25 g yeast 1 000 ml tepid water (Day 1) 200 ml of cold and 150-200…

Fresh clams on the Moroccan way

Fresh clams on the Moroccan way


I found a hole bunch of cheap and wild mussels. Which is rare where I live, belive me.  The tastiest mussels I’ve always eaten on my travels. Especially those that are cooked in small carts, type hot dogs carts out of nowhere type. Middle of the night so the food one could find, then, was…

Fried pickled herring

Fried pickled herring – typical Swedish summer dish


It’s Midsummer today and I thought you would enjoy taking part some of the Swedish Midsummer food served in almost every home. Midsummer derived from the Viking age and it is always in a Friday at the end of the month of June. Fried pickled herring 10 herring fillets adjusted 2 eggs 3 cups cream…