Oh, I am so glad you could come and meet me at my fav coffee shop this Saturday! Man, do I have something to tell you! Let’s get our coffees first; I’ll have my usual cafe latte and perhaps a tiny weeny piece of cake. So, the other day, I was walking past some construction workers. … Continue reading Wolf Whistle much?
(Norwegian version: Arroz/Paella (no) ) If you have vacationed in sunny Spain, then I assume you have tried Paella? This Spanish National dish is from Valencia, and means «pan». (Foreigners tend to regard it as a Spanish national dish, while the Spanish themselves often regard it as a regional Valencian dish) I have also seen it … Continue reading Arroz/Paella (eng)
Denmark is not only home to some amazing castles, it is also home to the two oldest operating amusement parks in the world, and the second oldest is the famous Tivoli in Copenhagen (founded by Georg Carstensen in 1843). It’s not just roller coasters and rides, it’s beautiful gardens, souvenir shop and restaurants, and they host various … Continue reading Tivoli much?
For this week's Weekend Coffee Share, I would like to invite you to brunch in my garden. The sun is shining on my secluded garden, and there is not a nicer place to enjoy a full English breakfast. (Well, I do leave out the black pudding. Old Mamasan does not do blod products. Yuck.) I … Continue reading An eggy conundrum
Sometimes, even the most avid world traveler appreciates an exploratory trip in the local community. Today I made an even shorter trip; I stayed in my own garden. With the heatspell we have had in Denmark the last week, things have started to happen in the garden. As you might see in the pictures, there … Continue reading A walkabout in the Garden
Kawaii desu ne? (Cute, isn't it?)
The hardship of mastering the Great Art of Cream Puffery.
Da dette bare var testrunde, øvelsesbaking og bakkelsforskning, må man selvsagt også testsmake, øvelsessmake og drive smaksforskning.
Back to the future at Miraikan
Tea and Toys, anyone?