Tag Archives: Food

Hotel: The Purbeck house Hotel

Tucked away on a charming hilltop in the victorian seaside town of Swanage, is a gorgeous gem of a Hotel, filled with beautiful history and artefacts from a bygone era. This summer I had the privilege of meeting the delightful … Continue reading

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Meet: Annette Joseph

 This July I met up with Annette Joseph in her amazing apartment in Italy for a little summer get-together with cooking, eating and dancing on the agenda. If you know Annette Joseph from before, then you know she knows how … Continue reading

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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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Recipe: Homemade Gnocchi di patate with sage butter

Last fall I was shooting a story for Cereal magazine at Geitmyra food center for children. It´s such a beautiful old place smack bang in the middle of Oslo in a green oasis with old houses from the 1800th century. … Continue reading

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Recipe: Creamy garlic Spaghettini with quail egg

 When winter wraps the landscape in white, and the temperature tempts you to spend every day inside in front of the fireplace, I need comfort food… I need pasta! This dish is perfectly tasty, fun and quick to make. I … Continue reading

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Recipe: Tagliatelle with a creamy stilton sauce with physalis

I must admit that my quest for making the perfect burger has not gone by without a few hiccups. Having watched my beloved mother make delicious burgers and meatballs since I was old enough to sit on the counter next … Continue reading

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My new english studio, client work and a spinach burger.

  Today I had a little inauguration shoot in my new english studio and I am so excited to be using my new space that I just had to show you the beautiful light that emerges form the window like … Continue reading

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Hunting for: The perfect hamburger and fries

 How are you and how is your January detox going?! I must admit that my no stress, eat more healthy, drink lots of water and only sugar on the weekends plan for January, after a wonderful December food fest plan, … 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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