Ingredients 40 g 85 – 100% chocolate, no added sugar 8 drops caramel stevia, from Good Good  1 package (300 g) silken tofu 1/2 cup whippable cream, from Oatly 1 tsk pure vanilla powder pinch of salt   Method Take the silken tofu out of the fridge and put in a sieve to drain the […]

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Whenever I enter my greenhouse there are dozens of these delicious fruits waiting for me 😋 Most of them don’t ever land on a plate, instead they go straight into my mouth. Guests love them too, especially my 16 month old granddaughter 🍓 Ingredients strawberries 1/3 cup pecans 1/3 cup cashew nuts 1/4 cup gluten-free […]

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The summer is over! At least here in Iceland. It had a really nice start with sunny May and first weeks of June. However, the rest the summer was cold and the sun was hiding for the most part until in the third week of this month, when it also got slightly warmer for a […]

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An update on how things are coming along in the greenhouse and garden is long overdue. Reason is I spend more time tending to my plants these days than writing. To cut a long story short everything is going splendidly. It’s only mid July but I already have homegrown salad, cucumbers, sugar snaps, spinach, kale […]

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Growing veggies and flowers at home is going a lot better this year because May was exceptionally sunny. Looking at photos from the same time last year I can see that everything is about the same now, on June 5th, as it was a month later in 2021. However, it’s not only the weather to […]

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As the Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth II is being celebrated this extended bank holiday I decided to make Eton Mess in her honour. This dessert reminds me of the wonderful years I lived in London. The recipe is without added sugar, but unfortunately it isn’t possible to make a sugarless meringue with aquafaba. I had to […]

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I figured I would enjoy having a greenhouse in the springtime and it didn’t disappoint me. Around April 22 there was this crazy kitchen party going on in my flat. So I bought an electric oven for the greenhouse, started pricking out, and the plants have been thriving well there ever since. I’m crossing my […]

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I started and ended each day in the greenhouse during summer. Plants wither and most of my leafy green friends are now hibernating. For me the change was challenging. I felt like I was betraying my plants by not popping out to see them few times a day. However, lots of nice things have happened […]

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Ingredients 100 g strawberries 1 cup mixed nuts, f.ex. cashews, almonds and pecan  25 g vegan butter 1/2 tsp yacun syrup  1 can coconut milk, the solid part on top as well as a bit of the liquid  pinch of salt (I use a bit of black pepper as well, but that’s optional) Method Rinse […]

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It’s snowing! Not much, but a thin veil of snow covers my backyard. It’s below frost in the city and weather is crazy up north. Snowstorm on the 28th of September. That’s early, even for Iceland. Fortunately I’d already harvested the potatoes and rhubarb and the results are good! I’ve got no idea what will […]

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