Moving to Paradise


Since I just moved to a new country with lots of good food and exciting people. So I thought to share with you what is happening here, both in the food and baking the front.
One thing is for sure, this is one of the world’s best countries when it comes to food and raw materials! Things that had previously only been possible to get frozen or picked immature and ripen during transport. = No taste at all, now this! Sometimes I think that I have come to paradise on earth.

Eftersom jag just flyttat till ett helt nytt land med massor av god mat och spännande människor. Så tänkte jag dela med mig av vad som händer här, både på mat och baknings fronten.
En sak är säkert, detta är ett av världens bästa länder när det kommer till mat och råvaror! Saker som tidigare bara gått att få djupfryst eller plockat omoget och fått mogna under transporten. = ingen smak alls, till nu detta! Ibland så tror jag att jag har kommit till paradiset på jorden.
Korgens innehåll plockade jag häromdagen. Dock inte från min trädgård men drömmer om att få göra det där med en vacker dag.
Basket picked me the other day. But not from my garden but the dream of getting to do that with a beautiful day.

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8 Comments Add yours

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      35 km from Gibraltar 🙂

  1. We have similar thoughts about finding food paradise. I have lived in Singapore, UAE,Turkey and Germany and each move has opened new and exciting windows for me too. We are indeed blessed.

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      Yes for sure we are 🙂

  2. Mr Ben Groom says:

    Spanish veg is just beautiful. The fist sized garlic compared to the limp lumps we have here in the UK, those tomatoes. I wish I spoke more than Un poco of Spanish, I’d move in a heartbeat.

    1. Dinner Bank says:

      I totally agree with you 🙂 They are the best! And the fruites…. They are to die for 🙂
      And you know I only know one more word spanish then you! Un cafe con letch 😛 And I did move to Spain with only thouse words. I manage very well here anyway and have lovely brittish friends 🙂

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