Last week I posted a recipe for Paleo vanilla sauce, and promised to follow up with a recipe of something you can serve it to.
Therefore, here’s my Paleo friendly version of a classic Swedish apple crumb pie! Continue reading →
A few weeks ago I received a package containing a sample jar of Primal Kitchen™ Mayo.
Here’s my review of it, plus a fantastic traditional Swedish recipe which I think it is just perfect for! Continue reading →
I dare you to try this traditional Swedish dish!
Don’t let the name or main ingredient scare you, it’s both nutritious and delicious and I promise it’s nothing like what you are picturing right now. Continue reading →
“Ribbensteg” (or “Flæsksteg”) is a traditional Danish pork roast…prepared, and eaten, with the skin on!
It may sound scary, but this is sooooo good! Think…crispy pork rinds on meat! (Ooh…got your attention now, did I?) ;)
Goulash…what is there not to love about it?
This recipe is not the traditional Goulash, but all the right flavors are there…
It was quite a cold day, and I was craving a warm, comforting soup to make the day feel a little less depressing…
I happened to have both deer stock and the separated tallow available from a recent batch, plus a few packs of minced wild boar…
Suddenly a ground game Goulash seemed obvious.
Don’t worry if you don’t have minced wild boar or deer stock available, just replace it with any game meat/stock, or beef for that matter, and you’ll definitely have a great soup to get you both warm, full and smiling!
Now over to the details: