2012/01/02

Food memories from 2011, Part II


Halloumi snack, one of my favourite fast food dishes.


Lunch at a hummus place, yum.


Breakfast on the balcony together with Johan and my parents.


Always in the kitchen - a bunch of eggs.


My sister, Janne and I cooked for Johan one afternoon. Salad!


Lunch at a great Chinese restaurant in Potsdam.


Strawberries and sparkling wine on the balcony on a hot Summer day.


A mix of whatever was in the fridge. That goat cheese was to die for.


Halloumi plate, I have to have it soon again!


Omelette with some German ham/cheese-thing that tasted very artificial - it looked great though.


Greek salad.


Caesar salad.


Another halloumi plate. Can't get enough of it.


Camilla, Ingvar and Morran came for a visit and we had lots of great food together.


Breakfast for two on a super hot Summer day.


Cheese doodles from the Swedish candy store.


My favourite smoothie, recipe for 2:
1 banana
4 dl neutral yogurt
2 dl rasperries
2 dl orange juice
Mix it, pour it in 2 glasses and drink it together with someone you like or half the recipe and have it all for yourself.


Favourite salad: Fried halloumi, strawberries, basil, chili & olive oil.


A great Korean salad I had at a restaurant.

22 comments:

  1. Where can I get these Halloumi plates in Berlin?! Thanks -pia

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  2. Pia > go to any döner/schawarma place :)

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  3. mmmm....! have to have cheese now! :)

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  4. since you have tried so many, what's your favourite halloumi/falafel place in berlin?

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  5. I want that Korean salad, right now! :)

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  6. Åh väskan på den övre bilden! Jag har en likadan men med katter som jag fick av min kompis från tyskland! FIN!

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  7. Gah! Nej jag blev inte hungrig nu, inte alls…. :) Dags att göra fetaostomelett med bladspenat och parmaskinka. Den du! Gott nytt matår på dig Sandra.

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  8. hmmmm sooo lecker :) happy new year to you dear Sandra. A big hug from me to you (we should have hummus together one day, Will is an amazing hummus maker)

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  9. Hi Sandra, Happy New Year! Could you please, please, please tell the name of the place where YOU got the halloumi plates? And what is the hummus place? I am going to Berlin soon and I would love to have a plate like this, it looks super delicious!

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  10. Hey Sandra,

    I remember you wrote that you started to eat more eggs when you found out that it is OK.
    Can you tell me some info?
    I have some discussions about it with my husband, he can't eat eggs because of the cholesterol etc.

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  11. Wow! I definitely have to try the halloumi-strawberry salad! Yum! :)

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  12. This all looks so good!

    I'm hungry now :)

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  13. Everything looks yummy! :)
    Korean salad is called japchae, one of my favorite things to eat.

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  14. Haloumi is the king of cheeses! We grew up calling it "squeaky cheese" because of its funny texture when you chew it.

    What a delicious year :)

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  15. Hhhmmm. I love Cheese doodles. Every time I am in Sweden I eat some.
    Happy new year! :)

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  16. I always get so hungry looking at your blog!! Yum!
    xo-julie

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  17. You have the cruelest blog ever, Sandra, but I wish you a happy 2012 anyway! :)

    p.s.: ha, those cheese doodles are very similar to smoki, a famous party snack in my country that we grow up with, just that they are with peanuts. They are still the best!
    (http://www.drogakolinska.si/en/brands/snacks/smoki/)

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  18. I just finished eating but..... yum yum....

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  19. I would love a halloumi plate, bitte!!!!

    *drool*

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  20. YUM! Okay, I am seriously craving some halloumi now. :) Are there good places to get such enticing-looking halloumi plates in Gothenburg??

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