One of the best things you can eat according to me. And to have them oven baked like this is a real treat!Continue reading “Langoustines with garlic and parsley butter”
Danyel Couet’s Allegrine in Stockholm is a “french” restaurant with a Swedish touch. The name comes from Danyel’s grand mother. And she was a the one that got Danyel interested of food. The interior is spot on perfect. It has a relaxed vibe, but jet everything is just right.Continue reading “Allegrine”
Ceviche is great to serve as a appetizer or as a part of a buffet. If you have lot’s of little pieces left after you cleaned a fish, then it is perfect to make a ceviche too. Or just buy some fish and slice it up into little pieces. Anyway, it is a tasty little thing. Here is one way to make it.
One of the prettiest and biggest buddhist temples in Shanghai, and I used to live opposite it in my first house in Shanghai back in 2002. It was originally named Hudu Chongyuan, today’s name Jing An comes from the district it’s located in, Jing An. In 1972 it was burnt down, and was then reconstructed and opened up to the public again in 1990. It then had a total make over again that took several years and was completed in 2010. Today it is a very grand a peaceful place to visit. I especially like to visit the temple in the mornings. People are praying, singing and even if I am not a buddhist I feel very happy and calm every time I had a visit here in the morning.
This recipe has never failed I got it from an American friend long time ago. They are nice and fluffy and it can never go wrong with those yummy pancakes. The great thing is they are made out of things that you normally have at home.
Christian André Pettersen has been in the restaurant business since he was a little kid. He has worked for Charles Tjessem, Spiseriet at Stavanger’s Concert Hall and at restaurant Mondo in Sandnes. He has competed in Bocuse d’Or Europe and won, and got bronze in Bocuse d’Or 2019. He is competing again this year, and is going for gold. I asked Christian some questions when I meet him in Luxembourg: