Category Archives: Travel

Food: Daylesford organic farm shop

 Many of you have asked me about my little getaway to the Cotswolds this last week, so I´ll make a wee list for you coming up, but first let me tell you about a treat of a place…  On our … Continue reading

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Travel: Blenheim palace, a stroll back in time…

These last weeks have gone by in a whirlwind of a speed. Iceland (here and here) feels like a dream and I still have loads of photographs to go through. I did a story for a Norwegian food magazine right … Continue reading

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Warm drink: Cappuccino

 To there´s nothing more Italian than the cappuccino, even if it wasn’t on the menu till the 1930´s. And in Italy you can have your cappuccino more than one way. For the caffein addicted, and those in need of a … Continue reading

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A magical journey…

 Last week was magical as I visited Iceland for the very first time. It´s dramatic landscape and ever changing weather made for the most fantastic  sceneries. Wild mountaintops topped with snow peeking through mist, black lava troll landscape covered in … Continue reading

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Travel: Rome and breathtaking moments

 As I sit here in front of my Mac retouching for clients trying to get it all done before upcoming food photo-shoots next week and am exciting food trip to Iceland, my thoughts wander off to Rome, sun and gelato. … Continue reading

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Happy valentine´s day: A windspwet day and a warm cup of tea.

On a gray and misty day in December last year, my english gentleman swept me off to Swanage, an old victorian seaside town, on an old steam train. It was a cold and miserable day, but anything goes when in … Continue reading

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Tea: The afternoon tea tradition…

Afternoon tea, the delightful tradition that is as english as the queen mother. It seems to have been around forever, yet we owe this cozy ritual to Anna Maria, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, for introducing us to Afternoon tea. … Continue reading

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Restaurant: The Ducksoup in Soho, London

 I was introduced to Ducksoup by the talented chef Julian Biggs. Infact he is the founder of Ducksoup and is the brain behind the fun and ever evolving menu (changes twice a day)that usually makes my tastebuds tingle with simple, … Continue reading

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Recipe: Mince pie and a little video

In the cold months of winter, nestling up inside with a treat become a habit. At breakfast I think about lunch, and while wandering the streets of a cozy english countryside village I dream of finding the perfect little cafe … Continue reading

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Christmas tree hunting in England…

I remember when I was a little girl heading off into the woods behind our house to chop down a christmas tree with my father. I was over the top excited and though my dad was the toughest man in … Continue reading

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