Category Archives for Culinary

Friedrichshain Berlin – the local and vegan way

Joining Maja for a vegan food tour in Berlin was a great experience – not only does she show you the most delicious places to eat, she also shares her love for the city and its history. To be honest, it is not often I choose to join a tour or a group when I […]

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Top five foodie travel moments from the African continent

Last Wednesday I joined the Twitter chat #AfriTravel, and the subject for the chat was African cuisine. It is my absolute favourite travel topic, and it brought back many nice memories from my travels, and gave me inspiration and tips from others to keep exploring. With so many foodie memories fresh in mind, here is […]

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Loving Hut – Oslo, Norway

Peace starts on your plate is the message from Loving Hut Oslo. This vegan food chain has grown international, and despite they are most popular in Asia, they have branches in most continents (there is still none in Africa to my knowledge). I visited one of them when I traveled in Mongolia a few years […]

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A vegetarian Sunday brunch in photos

There is only one thing I love more than a lazy Sunday – a lazy Sunday with friends and delicious food! In an attempt of shaking myself out of the winter laziness I invited some friends over for a Sunday brunch, and we had some lovely hours enjoying  good company and food from different cuisines. […]

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Sweet potato soup with Thai twist

Have you ever tried to sweet potato soup with lemongrass and coconut milk? If you haven´t, it´s about time you try. This recipe combines sweet potato with traditional Thai ingredients. It is autumn now, and as it´s getting colder, I really feel like something hearty and hot to warm myself when I get home in […]

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Italian garlic crostini

Crostini are small, sliced pieces of toasted or grilled bread.  The word crostini means “small toasts” in Italian.  They are thought to originate in medieval times when it was typical for Italian peasants to eat their meals on slices of bread instead of using plates and bowls, and crostioni are originally served with different topping of chees, […]

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Where to eat: Abo Aya – Hurghada, Egypt

One of my favorite foods is falafel, especially the fresh one that you get on the street stalls and local restaurants in many countries. Spicy, soft and with a crisp crust, served with some salad and yoghurt sauce. When I visited Hurghada, my plan was to go to Gad, a known fast food chain in […]

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Vegetarian phrases Arabic

I recently visited Egypt, which is one of the Arabic speaking countries in the world. In fact Arabic are the 5th common language in the world, and around 300 million people speak Arabic around the globe. Arabic is the official language for the Middle East countries as well as the horn and the north of […]

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Summer salad with pomegranate and coriander

Ditch the ready-to-eat salad bags in the supermarket, and make a more colorful and tasty salad from fresh veggies and sweet fruits. Salad is easy and quick to make, and this salad is perfect for the barbecue party, for a picnic in the park or as a healthy lunch or dinner. Salads are also easy […]

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Where to eat: Curry & Ketchup – Oslo, Norway

Curry & Ketchup in Oslo is always packed with people. Why? because they have delicious food for a price that wont empty your wallet! The restaurant is cosy in a strange way. There is stuff everywhere,its some kind of charming chaos. On the menu you will find tandoori and curries, with some very tasty vegetarian […]

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