Why Berries should be a part of your Swedish Breakfast

The Swedes love their berries. During the summers - days of endless sun, the forests get laden with a huge variety of berries. These are abundant in anti-oxidants and help to survive the long, dark & cold winters. It is common to head out into the wild during the summers with a basket to collect … Continue reading Why Berries should be a part of your Swedish Breakfast

An Ode to my favourite food on World Sushi Day

I just found out that today, 18th June 2016 is World Sushi Day! Apparently it has been around since 2009 and it has a very simple purpose – to encourage people around the world to eat Sushi. One is supposed to “celebrate” the World Sushi Day by having a plate of Sushi. I likely won’t … Continue reading An Ode to my favourite food on World Sushi Day

Ditch the Paella go for the Fideua

Spain’s most renowned dish is obviously the Paella. While the Paella is undoubtedly a delicious dish as long as it’s not the manufactured versions that you get on La Ramblas and other touristy areas, there’s a similar dish that will send your palate into overdrive – the FIDEUA! Fideua is made of short pasta instead … Continue reading Ditch the Paella go for the Fideua

Eating like a Londoner

On my recent visit to London I was overwhelmed by the amount of food that was on sale. Every second store in central London seemed to be a ready-to-eat food store. One could find the same stores repeated every 100 yards or so. Definitely more food than people! The stores, each with a catchy by-line that … Continue reading Eating like a Londoner

Madrid – The Jamon Capitol of the world

I am a big breakfast person. When i wake up in a good hotel, the thought that gets me out of bed on a winter morning is the thought of loading up on a good breakfast. The vision of a long breakfast buffet spread for me is one of the closest thing to heaven as … Continue reading Madrid – The Jamon Capitol of the world