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Roasted root vegetables with butternut squash

Fall is in the air – and it is time to add squash and pumpkin to your food. So simple, so colorful and so seasonal. Not to mention super good for you. An all time fall favorite. Potatoes Butternut squash (or other eg. hokkaido … Continue reading

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Green tea salmon soup

This is a family favorite in our home. It is not only beautiful, it is also light, flavorful and healthy. If you have leftover rice, you can make it in less than 20 min. You will need to make a trip to … Continue reading

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Gnocchi with cut herb pesto

Give pasta a break and have a gnocchi dinner or side dish. Gnocchis are dumplings made from potato and semolina flour. Cook 1 or 2 packs of gnocchi depending on whether you plan to eat this meal as a side dish or main entree with salad. Make extra if you … Continue reading

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Breakfast scones with poppy seeds

My kids love these scones for breakfast. I do to. Especially because you can grab one on the way out and know that you or your child will get enough roughage to start the day. I always have these in … Continue reading

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Flank steak

It’s finally warm enough to cook an outdoor meal in Denmark. Heat up your grill and give these a try. It’s a true California recipe and one you will want to keep or tweek! Note: Prepare a day in advance. 1.5 … Continue reading

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Winter salad

It is still the season for cruciferous vegetables such as cauliflower, cabbage, brussel sprouts bok choy, broccoli and similar green leaf vegetables. They are high in antioxidants and loaded with vitamins, minerals and fiber. This winter salad packs 2 in 1. Enjoy and feel good!  1 … Continue reading

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Chocolate macaroons

Macaroons became trendy a few years back. I think they are here to stay. For good reasons. Macaroons are delectable. I am posting this  recipe to celebrate the fact that I have passed 30.000 views on my little food blog . Enjoy Special Equipment Pastry … Continue reading

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Japanese chicken with wasabi & avocado

In our home we call this dish Tamami’s chicken. Tamami is a beautiful Japanese woman, who married into our family years ago. She once told me about this dish. Now I make it (almost) every time, I have some white wine chilling … Continue reading

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Broccoli quiche

I have been making broccoli quiche and a ton of varieties for over 20 years. It’s just one of my good old keepers, which is why I thought I would share it with you. As I was writing this, I wondered about the … Continue reading

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Citrus cole slaw with nuts & fruits

  This is a light, fresh all year cole slaw with almost no fat. Just a bit of good fats from olive oil and essential omega fatty acids from the walnuts. It’s great with ribs in the summer, it lightens up any holiday meal and goes … Continue reading

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