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.Läs mer
En god drink innan middagen, eller efter. Jag är väldigt förtjust i Sandeman Port så jag tycker det är roligt att ha det i en drink som Enter Sandeman.
Enter Sandeman ingredienser
- 2,5 cl Old Invalid Port Sandeman
- 2,5 cl Brandy
- 3 cl Hallonsockerlag
- 3 cl färskpressad citronsaft
- och en skvätt champagne att toppa med
- Blanda alla ingredienser utom champagnen i en shaker med is.
- Sila ner i ett glas.
- Toppa med champagne.
Jag blev serverad drinken på enSandeman Porto provning och fick tillåtelse att dela receptet!
Av Malin Nordblom
Fab Foodie Swede
Today was empanada night! These little Chilean pies. Full of minced meat, herbs, tomatoes and some cheese.
In Sweden we call it vörtbröd, the bread is made with some beer, dark bread syrup and herbs. It taste really good together with some cheese, ham or some nice jam. Läs mer
This cocktail is actually pretty tasty if I can say so! Why not give it a go and try it out! I love to hear what you thought about it!
I went there to finally learn how to make pasta! We were a nice little group of people that actually learned how to do it! Amazing, never thought I would manage to;)
Operakällaren is a very nice old classic restaurant that first opened up in 1787 in the basement of the old Opera house in Stockholm. Since then it has been torn down and a new house was built in the beginning of 19th century. It has always been a top restaurant , and yesterday I was invited to a Christmas lunch there with Huawei.
That won the World Cup, invited some people for some bubbles today at their camp at the Electrolux HQ.
It’s a must every Christmas! This is a simple recipe for a homemade gingerbread dough. It only takes 10 minutes to make it! Läs mer
Yesterday we had a little pre reading at Bar Etable for the new Gourmet magazine.
I was the guide at a Food Tour at Södermalm in Stockholm today.
Great fun! I had a group from Norway, and I think I did pretty well even if it was my first tour I talked on all stops nearly. My colleague Gunilla did 2 of the stops.
Yesterday I went to one of the most beautiful openings ever! The interior was smashing, and Alexander Erwik, the one that had planed the opening had done a grand job. And everywhere I looked there was something to take a picture off!
Me and Helene ❤️. Fab to have a night with a friend! Läs mer
Is run by Fanny who is making all this absolutely fab food. And on the plus side it is all healthy! Gosh how perfect.
Yesterday Alexander had an event at Marbodal kitchen in Stockholm and Fanny had made all the food. Läs mer
Neil Sharp from Innis & Gunn, (one of the guys behind one of Scotland’s most successful international craft brewers) came to Sweden with a wish for going out on a rib. So that is what happened, we started off with some nice beer at No 53 in Gamla Stan.
And then we all geared up in these pretty clothes;) Läs mer
Yesterday I had the pleasure of looking and cheering at the team during the hot kitchen part of the competition. I went there with Cederroth Firsth Aid Sweden. And we were a big group of supporters. No other team had as many. I hope it helped them;) At least they reached gold level yesterday!!
Had a very nice afternoon at L’Adurre in Luxembourg.
I had a Millefeuille and a very rich hot chocolate. And some macaroons to bring home;)
Their master brewer Richard Bengtsson has the last years been travelling around with some of Sweden’s best chefs. During his trips he’s been taking inspiration for different beers. And from each trip they have released two different beers.
Yesterday I was invited with some others to cook with Malin Söderström, the head chef at The Modern Museum in Stockholm. We got to make the same salad that will be served at Sthlm Food & Wine the 9 – 11 th of November. There will be a Chef’s Restaurant with different famous Swedish chefs cooking. So there will be some pretty amazing food during the fair!
I went for a lunch at Gondolen in Stockholm to try out some porto from Sandeman. And it was so interesting to have it matched with food. And their white port paired perfectly with the starters.
I meet Magnus Pettersson’s mother Monica in Stockholm the other week, and promised her to try and visit Magnus restaurant Selma in Copenhagen. The restaurant is recommended by Bib Gourmand / Michelin!
There is a market in Copenhagen that is not like other markets. It’s a bit better, cosier, more luxurious.. Well, I like it. Except the thing that you shouldn’t aim for having lunch there in the weekends. Because it’s packed!
It doesn’t look much from the outside, but there are two buildings and there is a flower market in between them! Läs mer
The Silo is a former grain silo located just by Nordhavn’s waterfront in Copenhagen. And lucky me, my friends live there. So after dinner we just went up there to have some cocktails. And they didn’t disappoint us! But next time I’ve gotta eat there. I know that they have some great chefs there. Both Denny Vangsted and Morten Falk. So the food should hopefully be good.
Up North in Sweden there is this Brewery making gin that just get’s all these prizes all the time! I went there with a nice group of people to try out their gin and see their factory. Läs mer
Yesterday I had the pleasure of having Anders Isaksson cooking for me and some others. And as the talented chef he is, he came up with a bunch of good recipes to be paired with O.P. Anderson.
Tried out the fab champagne Palmer Blanc de Noirs yesterday with food. I wonder why people aren’t drinking champagne when they have a nice meal. I have always liked it, and with the food we were served yesterday it worked our perfectly!
I live on an island just outside Stockholm, Lidingö. And one of my favourite spots are this old house called Långängen where they serve a nice brunch and the nicest cakes. The building itself is from 1770. But the first house that was built there were around 1300’s.
For two weeks now has my son been having an internship there, and yesterday I finally had time to visit.
Yesterday I went on a Food Tour in Vasastan. And as I am not so familiar with Vasastan, that is a perfect way to learn.
We started off with trying out the taste of wine in different kinds of glass. Oh man, what a difference it is!! Läs mer
Is there anyone that wouldn’t want a cupboard like this? So many favourites in there!! Drooling!! Läs mer
It was my turn to host the book club, so I had stock up on wine and cheese.
This is my favourite wine out of a box! It’s really good with some cheese, or a stew! Läs mer
He won the Chef of the Year Award a few weeks ago. And as he works at the beautiful Grand Hotel in Saltsjö Baden outside Stockholm, they are now serving his winning menue until the end of December!
Eva invited a bunch of us to a champagne lunch yesterday. Läs mer