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Icelandic crepes

This is a recipe from my cousin’s dad’s country – Iceland. These are so good and they work as waffles as well. It is a recipe I have been making since I was tall enough to reach up and flip the pancakes my self. Though I do not try to flip them in the air ever.

Eat them with any of the following toppings: fruit, strawberry jam, ice cream, sugar, icing sugar, yoghurt, honey, syrup – you name it. You add topping to the middle of the crepe and then roll it up around it. They even work as savoury pancakes – if you don’t have any tortillas for your dinner – just leave out the sugar and add a pinch of salt.

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Mom’s goulash

I adore goulash it is just so good! This is my mom’s recipe, so it is by no means authentically Hungarian. This is the perfect winter weekend food. Perfect slow food for a cheep piece of beef.

Serve it with crème fraîche and flute. I think beer works really well with this.

This also works really well for larping events over made over a campfire. We have had it a number of times for workshops – perfect after a long cold day working outside. Keep Reading

Quick bruschetta

Bruschetta is Italian toasted bread with a topping. In this case tomatos. You can finish it up with a bit of grilled cheese if you really want to but I like it without.

This is one of my favourite summer snacks Keep Reading

Shaked chaos potatoes

This is one of my brother-in-law’s recipes and it is yummy. It is somewhere between a potato mash and boiled potato with herbs. It is perfect for the days where you still want to enjoy the amazing summer potato but have had them boiled all week and want something else.

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Egg salad sandwiches

We had cucumber and egg salad sandwiches last night. In case you never had it you should try it – it is so fresh and yummy – oh and easy! We have also made them a number of times for picnic and they are perfect for it.

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