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Crab salad

Crab salad

Taskekrabbe – brown crab – is the crab that is native to Norway. It is currently in season and I have been taking the opportunity to eat it several meals a week, as I simply love shellfish! Today I will give you the recipe for a quick and delicious crab salad. In a few days, […]

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How champagne and sparkling wine is made

How champagne and sparkling wine is made

Last week I persuaded a friend to join me at a wine tasting organised by Stella magazine, where we learnt the difference between and how to make the different types of sparkling wine, including champagne. Our teacher was the knowledgeable and incredibly charming sommelier Ingvild Tennfjord.     Hailing from Bergen, she made us all laugh as […]

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A healthy full English breakfast

A healthy full English breakfast

  When staying at a hotel in the UK, my favourite meal is the breakfast, when I always order a full English. Inspired by this feast, I’ve started making my own paleo approved full English breakfast that’s just yummy and keeps you full for hours! And it’s actually healthy, as opposed to the regular full […]

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Thai mussels

Thai mussels

The first time I tasted thai mussels was in Belgo’s restaurant in Covent Garden, London. I was immediately hooked to the point that this is the only dish I have ever eaten during about 20(!) visits there, along with fries, mashed potatos if I’m feeling naughty, and always one or two Westmalle Trippel, the best […]

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The world’s best tiramisu?

The world’s best tiramisu?

Photo credit // askchefdennis.com My favourite dessert in the whole wide world is tiramisu. I’ve tasted about a hundred different kinds – basically in every other Italian restaurant I have ever eaten at – and had some good, some bad and some incredible. The two best tiramisus were at the now closed The patio restaurant […]

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