What have I been up to lately?

My little E turtned 11, a big day that she has longed for since Christmas Day… She had picked sushi for dinner, american pancakes for breakfast and a Chocolate Meringue cake to end her special day with.

Mackmyra whisky tasting at restaurant Tako in Stockholm with master blender Angela D’Orazio. She has blended a new really interesting Single Malt Whisky with Green Tea that will be launched the 27th of March. It was really great together with the sushi, and I would guess that it would work great with some of my chinese dishes too…

Angela, me and Amalia

Dougal Gunn Sharp, the founder of Scottish Innis & Gunn visited Sweden, and I was invited to an evening where we had food paired with some different kinds of beer from Innis & Gunn. The food was prepared by Marin Brag, and it was an fantastic evening with lot’s of laughter. The Islay Cask was a new taste sensation for me! It has been matured on Islay Whisky barrels and it sure was tasty. It was like a meal in itself! I have to get some for when my brother will visit! My all time high from Innis & Gunn is Blood Red Sky! It is my absolutely favourite beer!

Spring is here, and my dad and Eva brought me some beautiful tulips! Thanks!!!!

I actually spent the weekend with a Staycation at Blique by Nobis in Stockholm! Great fun and I have to do it again! Find out more about that tomorrow!! Have a great new week!

Text and photo Malin Nordblom
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  • ourcrossings 9 mars, 2020 at 10:49 Reply

    Just look at that beautiful big blue sky! You guys must be excited that the spring is on its way. Thanks for sharing and have a good day 😀 Aiva

  • Bryan Burt 10 mars, 2020 at 10:20 Reply

    Thats a good week

  • History Trover 11 mars, 2020 at 01:46 Reply

    Your daughter is gorgeous; she’s lucky to have such a wonderful mother!

  • ceridwensilverhart 14 mars, 2020 at 01:42 Reply

    Wow, that is a pretty big icicle! Was it just lying around or was it still frozen to something?

    • Fab Foodie Swede 14 mars, 2020 at 11:44 Reply

      It was hanging at a house that had a wall in the shade. We walked around in the sunshine. Pure luck!

  • Elizabeth 21 maj, 2020 at 05:48 Reply

    Looks amazing!


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