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Cauliflower and bean soup with mini pizzas

We’re in full swing of preparing for tomorrows dinner so tonight’s dinner had to be something very simple and fast and taaadahhh!!! And we have this soup and mini pizzas which really is leftover pita breads grilled with tomato and cheese topping. Mmmm it was unbelievable good and very much …

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New Years Dinner

This is a very long post because I finally decided on the menu for New Years eve and wanted to add all recipes. It’s been a long time since me and James been out to a party or restaurant for new years eve and I can’t say I miss it. …

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Compound Butter

This is my new favorite way to add flavor to my cooking. Compound butter is butter blended with herbs such as thyme, parsley and garlic. You add a dollop of butter to a dish to add some nice and fun flavors. I make up larger quantities and make a roll …

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Strawberry ice cream with ginger chocolate ripple

James went to see Avatar tonight leaving me and Bella to our self. She ordered cheese pizza and strawberry ice cream to eat while we watched Cinderella. Off course I had to make the ice cream a little bit more interesting by adding a chocolate and ginger ripple to it. …

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Merry healthy Christmas everyone!!!

On the Christmas eve we have a vegetarian christmas dinner at our house and in a couple of hours the guest will arrive. Hope you all have a very Merry Christmas!!! This is what is on the menu: at our house tonight. Vegetarian ham (I bought it frozen in Sweden …

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Brussels sprouts

There are a very few things I don’t like to eat and one being brussels sprouts but now that’s over. I was determined to find a way to cook so that I would like eating them. When I was in Sweden I watch a cooking show with famous chef Jamie …

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Clementine jam

This weekend has been all about cooking, baking and making goodies for Christmas and now I’m exhausted. We decided to make goodies to give away in a little gift box containing; clementine jam, oat crackers, mustard and two kinds of truffles. I will try to add all the recipes for …

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Tuffles with ginger

Me and Bella made truffles last night which we’re giving away as Christmas presents and boy were they good. I added crystallized ginger to them which made they have a little crispy and sweet surprise among the creamy ganache. They are very easy to make and take very little time. …

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Homemade mustard

I’m finally back and cooking in my own Sunny Yoga kitchen and I’m jumping right into cooking for the holiday. In my family the mustard has a V.I.P seat at the dinner table so this year I want to surprise them and make my own mustards. I actually planning on …

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Chickpea patties and mustard vegetables

My beautiful friend Molly is pregnant and due in three weeks. This her second baby so life will be pretty hectic when this little one will join the Stein family. I wish I could be here helping the family the same wonderful way our friends did by making dinners for …

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