Helping others by cooking for free


Thinking of how much food and cooking means to me. Will share some of them with you every now and then. Cooking brings out so many fun memories. Where I was living before, I very often cooked and baked for others for free. Specially for friends who has lots of children and was working long…

Vikings food. Scandinavian lamb stew – Får i kål


This old dish is very common in all of the Scandinavian countries. Just small differences between the countries. Like Denmark often have syrup in it. This is the Swedish way and of course you can, like I do, carrots and onions. Får i kål – Lamb in cabbage 750 g diced lamb meat 500 ml…

Bryan’s sausage casserole


This is one of the best casseroles I have eaten. Happy that Bryan wanted to share the recipe with us. Bryan’s sausage casserole 8 sausages medium size 1 chopped onion 1 chopped garlic clove 1 can of chopped tomatoes 0,5 bottle of red wine Salt and pepper Oil Fry the sausages so the take some…

This is one of the most popular recipes in 8 years at Dinner Bank


Didn’t realised that Dinner Bank been online for such a long time… More then 8 years… Wow time has really been flying. Share you one of the most popular recipes through the years. Charmola, the Moroccan sauce Absolutely something everyone need in there fridges. Trust me, you will love it❣️

The Art Of Baking Cookies For Strangers


I have been thinking about how my mother would bake cookies for strangers Always with a smile vintage cookie cutters and love as sweet as sugar ”How … The Art Of Baking Cookies For Strangers

Easy Crispy bread


Saturday morning, time for some baking and cooking. Yes you did read right, I’m baking bread in a frying bag. Yes it’s plastic that is not melting in the oven. 👍 Crispy bread 400 ml lukewarm water 10 g yeast 1 teaspoon sugar 60 ml olive oil 1,5 teaspoon salt 650 g flour (about 10,5…

Bizzy buzzer


Been some hectic days the last couple of days. Sorry not been here but I haven’t been lazy. Picked lemons the other day as you can see in my latest BLOG The results it became 2 really big pans of Siciliana lemon marmalade It became really lovely marmalade as usual. I sincerely love this recipe…

Any ideas what to do with all this lovely goodies? Meyer lemons


Just been out in the garden picking in this lovely sunny happy Meyer lemon. The tree was littered cover of them. It’s a very small tree, about 1,5m high. Growing about 15 m from the house. Talking about local produce. Picked in two large pans of them. Left quite many on the three to rape…

Lemon pancakes mess with walnuts, dates, coconut, yogurt


When I was a child I sincerely hated pancakes. Nothing could get me eating it. My mum tried ice cream, sugar well everything, but nop I refused to eat it. And now as an adult I like them. How strange it was. Never heard of anyone else who didn’t eat it as a child. Anyway…

Growing vegetables at home


There is something special feeling when you can go out and harvest from your own garden. I know many who isn’t that fortunate with a garden. But there is solutions even if you living in a flat to grow your own vegetables or even your own mushrooms. I started to look into growing things at…

Slow cooked lamb with spinach


A nice warm curry is always right, special under wintertime. This one is a mild one and has lots of flavour and got the tumb up from my partner. He hates hot (chilihot) food. So you can add more chilli if you like. 3 tablespoons oil 2 large onions, sliced 3 cm piece of ginger,…

A recipebook from beautiful Andalucía , Spain


I thought I should put together a little recipe “book” of some of the Spanish recipes I done through the years since I moved here. Scroll and you will find fantastic authentic recipes. It’s a fantastic place to live in if you love to cook. Lot’s of fresh ingredients and local products. And of course…