Pickle today, enjoy tomorrow.
This French carrot salad made of shredded carrots, parsley and tossed in a vinegary dressing is delightful. The crunchy carrots woven with fresh, grassy parsley just brings life and light to the table. It’s filling, yet not too heavy.
Pilaf, which is traditionally made with rice, can contain a variety of different ingredients depending on the culture cooking it. This adaptation takes on an Italian spin: with celery, carrots, onion, thyme, and oregano. And a handful of raisins to add some sweetness.
Serve a simple, delicious meal for your guests complete with a beautiful roast chicken, herbed polenta and carrots, and a finish of chocolate dipped cookies.
Sweet potatoes and carrots are tossed in tahini dressing before being roasted and served with figs, walnuts, feta, and fresh mint and basil. A beautiful vegetarian side dish.
Perhaps not as sexy as chocolate, but these cupcakes are delicious. They are moist, earthy and chock full of goodness to make you smile from the inside out.
Herbed and earthy salmon baked with basil chimichurri and served with potato thyme fries and roasted roots. Pair with a Rioja wine for light spice.
A great place to kick-start a weekend in Stockholm is Restaurant Teaterbrasseriet. If you can’t get there, try their chicken terrine recipe.
This roasted carrot side dish is perfect for an easy weeknight meal but also elegant enough for a dinner party. The honey caramelizes during the roasting process and gives the carrots a bit of sweetness to balance out the kosher salt.
Haybox cooking involves heating up what one wants to cook, then placing the hot pot into a box packed with hay, putting a lid on things and then letting the food cook slowly.