Garlic salsa dip with canned tomatoes

garlic salsa dip

I wish I could say it’s hot but it’s just not. I think all through July the temperature never reached 25 degrees. My parents are here visiting and it feels like fall. Some nights the outside thermometer even shows one-digit results. This is the first year that I get to spend all of July in Sweden, as we chose to travel in June and then again in August and I think I never want this again. July is disappointing. I’m not a fan of the heat but in the summer I want to see the sun. Continue reading

Noodles with lime & chili prawns

This is the chronicle of an easy yet delicious dinner. A noodle stir-fry enriched with with plump prawns, flavoured with the bite of chili and the freshness of lime juice. Nothing original, just a very refreshing main course that can potentially take very little time and leave you very satisfied. It’s what I wrapped up for dinner some time ago. I had those beautiful prawns and figured that a noodle stir-fry would have been the best way to honour them. Continue reading

Cilantro Lime Rice

It all started two months ago, when I stumbled upon a very interesting recipe on one of the first food blogs I have ever followed, cilantro lime rice by Cooking with a Wallflower. Sometimes I find recipes and I wonder how on Earth I had never come up with such ideas myself, spontaneously. I lovelovelove guacamole and I often think that my big love is mostly for the avocado, but the thing about guacamole is also the peculiar flavours of lime and cilantro that make the avocado mash special. Why didn’t I ever think of adding lime and cilantro to rice? Continue reading

Guacamole!

Since I came back from the US in 2012, I’ve had a huge crush on guacamole. Pre-America, avocado had been quite an exotic fruit to me, as it is not the typical item you’d find in a grocery store in my area, so I was not very familiar with it. The few occasions I got to eat it was in sushi, mostly, and maybe the first time (and for many years to come the one and only time) I got to eat Mexican ages ago. I grew more accustomed with avocado when I moved to Toronto for my internship, as I started finding it in every grocery store, but I became really addicted three months later, when I moved to the US.  Continue reading