Another recipe from a Korean Show. This one is a loooooot easier than the previous one.
When I saw this in the show, I know I had to make it, just because it looked very easy to make. Doesn’t hurt to try, eh? Continue reading
It’s Fattisdagen (Fat Tuesday) here in Sweden. And to celebrate that the Swedes usually eat Semla / Semlor (plural). Before, you can only find semla probably around a month before the day. But now supermarkets, bakeries and cafes selling them all year long.
I’ve posted about semla here before. You can read more over there.
There’ll be two recipes in this post. One made by me and the other one made by my younger sister. These are the recipes from when I was in Indonesia. I wrote about it in the post here.
I always find it slightly tricky to cook spicy foods at home. Because my daughter can’t eat spicy food (obviously) and husband prefers something not spicy too. At the end if I want to cook something spicy it’ll only be for me. And to be honest, I don’t really like cooking for my self. So the only option is having chilli sauce ready all the time. Continue reading
A very gloomy Thursday here. And I’m going to share something different today. I gave you a hint in my previous post. Today, I present you my husband. They guy behind the camera and almost all the photos in this blog. He’s going to tell you how he shoots the photos for my blog. Since I’ve gotten some compliments about it, so I think it might be a good idea to talk about it a little bit. As you can see (if you’re my reader) the food photos in my blog look very basic, natural and bright (but trust me, it’s not as easy as it looks to take these photos, I’ve tried few times and gave up :P). Sure I like to look at darker and moody food photos as well. But I think bright photo is so me. And even though my husband isn’t specialist in food photography and I don’t own that many props but at least I still have decent photos to look at (and even managed to get compliments on them). If you have interest in photography too you can visit his blog here. Or his flickr. And don’t worry, I’ll post about the apple pie here. – Ridha Continue reading
Just in time before Valentine, even thought I don’t celebrate it but this post might fit for the day. Something chocolate-ey with a hint of cream cheese.
Brownie is something I always make when I feel like baking and eating sweets but too lazy too make something so complicated. And this was the time when I have something I need to use ASAP. Cream cheese. Too little to make something that use cream cheese as the basic ingredient. So then I was browsing again until I found this recipe. I only make ½ of the original recipe. Aaaaand I had to reduce the cream cheese again. As I only have around 150g cream cheese left. That’s why the brownies look a bit weird compare to the original one Continue reading
Finally I can share some proper food photos that my husband managed to shoot while we were in Indonesia.
The photos above are some snacks or breakfast snack that you can buy in the early morning for breakfast and snacks. When I say early in the morning, it’s around at least 5am. But most places open from 6am. Not so healthy breakfast I know, but they’re yummy Something I miss here in Sweden. Continue reading
Thanks God it’s friday! It felt like a long week for me since hubby work on a late shift. So we couldn’t spend a lot of time in the evening and have dinner together.
Anyway, it has been snowing for few days here. We have enough snow to play pulka (snow sliding) and hopefully the snow will last until the weekend. It will be my daughter’s first pulka. Excited! What is your favourite activity with the little ones during winter? Do you play out a lot? Continue reading