Fika for one

“Fika is a concept, a state of mind, an attitude and an important part of Swedish culture. Many Swedes consider that it is almost essential to make time for fika every day. It means making time for friends and colleagues to share a cup of coffee (or tea) and a little something to eat.” The last time I … Continue reading

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Sweden before the lock down

Norwegian Forrest Cat

There is a saying, and I am sure you heard it, don’t postpone to tomorrow what you can do today. It is great advice and I didn’t adhere to it when I postponed my trip to Sweden to see friends and family. In my defense I had no idea that a global pandemic was lurking, … Continue reading

Fifty six hours in Sweden

Sweden 2018

Fifty six hours in Sweden is never enough

A very Swedish trip

It is funny when you are an expat. It was more than fourteen years ago since I left Sweden but it will always be home, just like the UK is home. I guess home is part of where you have your friends and where you are feeling comfortable and I figure I got the best … Continue reading

Cook it raw! At Jos Bar with Chef Ingemarsson

I like to explore all kinds of foods and I have read a few articles about raw food. The raw food I have previously tested was more a bit of grated vegetables with a dressing, nice but nothing too memorable. Social media is a great place to get inspiration and new ideas and I found … Continue reading