A dreamy foodie & culture trip! Don’t miss it!


Im going to travel soon! I can not wait to get there! I’m so excited! Where would a foodie like me want to go, you might wonder? To the place where you have the flying carpets along with the snake charmers. The aroma of the different spices. Colours all from the rainbow. Shatters. Playing children…

My third publication in Spańien magazine


Wants to share with you my third publication in Spańien magazine! Love as you might know by now, to write recipes. Almost as fun as cooking and creating things in the kitchen. Yes I’m a very big foodie! The recipes you will find on the blog as well, in English of course, as most of…

Tip or not to tip? – that’s the question.


My dear readers. ❤️ Many times the question about to tip or not comes up, when I’m out with friends. What is your opinion in the question? I would really like to know what you think. If you tip, how much and if you choose to not tip, why do you choose to not give…

When I found liquid gold – Nilva wine


Some times good and fantastic things happens without a plane. As I always says, everything thing happens for a reason. I’m happy and blessed to live in one of the best places in Europe or even in the world. Andalusien, Spain. 🇪🇸 There are so much to explore and discover around here. Just open your…

Carrillada de cerdo – Spanish pork cheeks


Went in to the shop one day and investigatedthe meat counters. My Spanish is not what I would like it to be, but I’m working on it. Anyway found a package of some kind of pork meat that looked amazing . So I bought a package of what ever it was. Came home and looked…

Lemon Bizcocho – The very best Spanish lemon cake


LEMON BIZCOCHO Spanish lemon cake 2 small lemon yogurt 2 yogurt containers with olive oil 3 sugar yogurt containers 6 yogurt containers of flour Ripped peel off a lemon 3 eggs 3 tsp baking soda Turn on oven 180c. Lubricating and sprinkle with breda crumbs or coconuts a large baking tin.   Mix the moist…

Salmon in tajin – Moroccan salmonj


Tajin is a cooking technique that goes back many hundreds of years. Still used a lot in Moroccan kitchens. It’s very understandable it’s still being used in today’s kitchens. The shape of the lid makes the steam drops over the food when it’s cooking. So it’s always juicy and don’t need any work from your…

Tapas with goat cheese, figs and walnuts


If you ever been home to me, you most likely has this once. Sooo easy to prepare and you can do many in one go and keep them in the freezer, as long you don’t bake them. Just take a prepare roll from the freezer when you know you will have someone at the door…

Confit tomatoes


This dish is so good and almost addictive! But not only that very easy to make as well. Unfortunately all my herbs died in the last storm we had here. Blasted with the salt and sand from the sea killed them. The rest of the garden went as well. A price one have to pay…

Rhubarb Chicken


Of course you will dare, Dare to try and believe in yourself! It can be if you dare. After being invited my friend on Cassava cake I made this morning. And see the joy of seeing her eat it, and how exciting it was to prepare a food that I had never touched in the…

Moroccan Hoummus with Raz el Hanout and saffron


Lunch, I think many times, the most difficult meal to come on what to eat. It is not always willing or able to eat leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. Today was such a day for me. And to go shopping was not in my planning because I want to try to empty my food storage. Which…

Twisted Tiramisu with Tonka bean


200ml double cream 4 egg yolks 75ml granulated sugar 500 g mascarpone 200 g savoardikex 5 tablespoons strong coffee 1 finely grated tone bean 1 tablespoon cocoa powder Whip the cream and 1 tablespoon sugar until stiff. Whisk egg yolks and the remaining sugar and tonka bean to a creamy paste. Add the mascarpone and…