In Depth

D.I.Y. Mayonnaise

Homemade Mayonnaise! When you’ve mastered how to make your own mayo there is a plethora of dressings, dips and sauces that you can whip up. Homemade mayonnaise will embellish the BBQ-season, the picnic or breakfast sandwich, the snack evenings (chips and dip will never be the same again), the taco and almost every conceivable meal. […]

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The Beginner’s Guide to “Natural Food”

”You should only eat food containing natural ingredients, free from chemicals.” Have you heard people say these things before? Perhaps you stand by this yourself? I will in this post attempt to dissect this common standpoint trying to define what exactly makes food “natural”. Imagine yourself being served some food. Then imagine you …

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Lecture in Grythyttan – Ice Cream and Sorbet

Grythyttan is every foodie’s wet dream. It was a privilege studying there for three years but I think I enjoy the school and the picturesque little village even more now when we returned there for a few days for a lecture in ice cream and sorbet making. Being away from it sort of made me […]

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The New Face of Tingling Taste – We Celebrate with Pancakes

The time has come! It’s finally here – the relaunch of Tingling Taste (♪♫ fanfare ♪♫)! I or maybe I should say we, because now Stefan has joined me in the blog world, are very excited to run this site together. There are many ideas in the pipe and much new food to explore. So […]

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Successful Party

This week has been extremly intense and super fun to live through. It’s not until now when I’m relaxing that I feel how tired I really am. Zombie alert with a big “Z” – that’s about how exhausted I am. The reason for my tiredness is Johan’s 50 year’s anniversary yesterday. I wasn’t partying, not […]

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