I forgot to enclose this pic in the last blog! It’s a chocolate cake I made yesterday for Easter dinner at my in-laws. Took all in all 4 hours to make (pew!), but tasted delicious!
So this is my Easter Cake with chicken made of marzipan. And a somewhat weird tip is that beer is an excellent beverage choice to this cake! I know it sounds weird, but it’s true.
The Easter basket I made for my in-laws. Two Easter eggs filled with candy, a small bottle of red wine, an egg light, home make cookies in a jar, more funny candy and a lovely tray!
Dinner with eggs; both with caviar and shrimp/mayonnaise. Four sorts of pickled herring. Typical Swedish.
A dish called “Janssons frestelse” (Jansson’s temptation), a casserole made of Swedish potatoes, onion, cream and anchovy
Bread, herring, beer and other goodies
Apertife custards with Creme Fraische, shrimps and caviar
Today lunch is a yummy one! To see more lunches, click here!
Just couldn’t resist buying this Ale today as I went into Sthlm City shopping. A happy monk named Bernardus. Yup, Andreas’ second name is Bernardo so I thought it was quite fun buying him this one!
A good cup of tea also contains a good advice, which is: “Every new day gives us new chances of dealing with life”. ❤
I wonder what Gene Simmons thinks about this wine that I found in Systembolaget! I’ll buy this one for the next rock party. 😉