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A picnic focaccia sandwich

In Aioli, Eggs, Focaccia, Lunch, Sandwiches, Small dishes on June 7, 2012 at 22:44

Although I love to grill and “do it big” during the summer season, every now and then a nice sandwich is just right (especially when the kitchen is a construction zone). Salty, moist focaccia, the creamy, cheesy eggs, the smooth garlic kick from the aioli, the Danish salami – packed up nicely and ready to go! Fingerlickin´good…

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Two engineers´quest for the perfectly poached egg

In Appetizers, Eggs, Lunch, Small dishes on February 6, 2012 at 22:44


5 eggs. A pot of water. A little vinegar (for the pot). 2 intimidated engineers. Some wine (for the intimidated engineers).

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5 gourmet minutes

In Appetizers, Eggs, Lunch, Salad, Side dishes, Small dishes on November 10, 2010 at 21:04

This is a magical combination: asparagus, plenty of good olive oil, arugula (rocket), parmesan and a fried egg, sunny side up. It will take you 5 minutes, and you will have a beautiful plate in front of you. And just one little secret ingredient pushes this to the top of my appetizer chart!

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Quiche Lorraine

In Cakes and pies, Eggs, Kid´s menu, Lunch, Quiche Lorraine, Side dishes, Small dishes on October 31, 2010 at 22:27

A classic, rustic quiche is one of my favorite dishes. It is light, has a smooth and creamy texture, tastes just as good for breakfast as it does for lunch and even dinner.

Eat it by itself, or with a nice green salad as sidekick. Talk about classy comfort food!

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Deviled eggs (with a kick)

In Appetizers, Eggs, Finger food, Side dishes, Small dishes on May 2, 2010 at 18:45
Yay! First dish as a blogger has been cooked and documented! I made some deviled eggs for a little picnic with some friends. They (the eggs that is) have a little more kick than traditional deviled eggs, but nothing you can´t handle 🙂
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