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Posted in arugula, bacon, cheese, condiments, ham, italian, mediterranean, mushroom, pizza, pork, tomato, vegetarian, wheat with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 12, 2019 by oskila

I’ve experienced a recent rise in foodie activity, but only shared the experience on Facebook and instagram. It’s only fair to get some of the action on here as well (as if anyone ever comes here anymore)

We recently acquired a pizza stone, so Sunday dinner equals pizza these days. Sadly #1 sprogget doesn’t like normal pizza, nor white with just cheese, so I’ve had to make her a “pizza with nothing” ie a pita bread.


7 grams dry yeast

360 grams high protein flour

30 grams olive oil

250 grams water at 40 C

4 grams salt

3 grams sugar

10 minutes of machine kneading, rest for 50 minutes or in fridge overnight.

See you soon I hope

First attempt

White with mozzarella.

Six cheeses pizza

Six cheeses pizza

Cheese, red onions, Arched Woodwax (a mushroom), walnuts and honey

Cheese, onions, jamon serrano, parasol mushroom and ramsons pesto

Broccoli Soup

Posted in broccoli, potato, soup, vegetarian with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 14, 2013 by oskila

Made soup, but forgot to take pictures until it was done and I photographed a showy plating just to have something for the blog. Here’s how it’s done.


Sweat onions, garlic, sliced carrot, diced potatoes and cut up broccoli in a suitable pot.

Add water, stock cube, white peppercorns and for example french herbs.

Simmer until everything’s soft.

Mix with the assistance of a handblender.

Add cream and a dash of vinegar. Adjust seasoning.

Toss in some broccoli bits and bring to a boil, then serve with whatever floats your boat.


Served in what looks like a very designed bowl but is actually a soap dish, with a sprinkle of black pepper and some feta-like cheese.

Salsified Bacon

Posted in bacon, salsify with tags , , , , on January 24, 2013 by oskila

According to urbandictionary, to salsify something is to alter its texture to resemble that of a salsa. I thought I was going to be funny in a way of my own about the fact that the vegetable in question sounds like a verb. (There are lots of food verbs of course, most of them dirty slang). The bacon is simply salsified because it’s combined with salsify to make lovely lovely food.


Salsify is an odd looking (or very typical-looking) root. Almost black, but white when peeled. Peel ’em and boil for sligthly less than 10 minutes. Soft but firm is what we’re after.


Meanwhile, in a pan, cook some diced bacon and chopped onions gingerly, to render the fat and avoid early onset BCB (burnt crunchy bits), but not so gingerly that the bacon is boiled instead of browned. When the salsify is done and drained, add it to the pan and crank up the heat a bit. My preparatory research suggested that salsify is often enjoyed with salt and a knob of butter, and bacon delivers fat and saltiness in one neat package. I added a hint of garlic, some coarsely ground black pepper and a drizzle of honey at the end to get the dish a bit bolder. Maple syrup or similar is probably also completely awesome.


It doesn’t have to be harder than that. Probably not a restaurant class dish, and probably not something you tell your dietitian about, but it was very tasty in my opinion

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