In Iceland there is a tradition to serve bread courses when there is a party, birthday, confirmation, christening etc. This is often aimed at the grown ups or those who don't like cakes and sweet stuff. These are also served hot which makes them delicious. They may not look nice but I promise, the taste … Continue reading Camembert Bread Course
These are sweet and if you have young children they will most definitely get covered in chocolate and get quite sticky! However, they taste so nice and I only make them when one of the kids has a birthday and when it's your birthday you should be allowed to be covered in chocolate! For these … Continue reading Chocolate Cereal Treat
Personally I don't really like bananas. However, for some weird reason I do like warm banana bread with a thick layer of butter on it! Nowadays I make 2 or more of them in one go and freeze most of them as the kids sometimes take them to school as a part of their packed … Continue reading Banana Bread
These muffins are the first things I attempted to bake. They have never failed which gave me the courage to keep on baking.. the result of further baking has sometimes been just as successful and sometimes not! But practice makes perfect, right? I make these for birthdays as well as long travels in the car. … Continue reading Yogurt and Chocolate Chip Muffins
I could eat sweet potatoes every day! There's just something about them... You will need the following ingredients: Sweet potatoes (as a side for 4 people around 400 - 600 gr. is good) Extra virgin olive oil Sea salt Black Pepper Steps: Boil the potatoes in water for 15 minutes Put a little oil on … Continue reading Sweet Potato Slices
Cooking time: 30 minutes Serves: 4 people This course is so fresh as the salsa is so incredibly juicy! As everyone in the household enjoys the meat (not all the kids appreciate the salsa..) I make one and a half recipe for us, 3 adults, 2 mature kids and one little one. This kind of … Continue reading Pork with Homemade Pineapple Salsa
Cooking time: 30 - 40 minutes Serves: 4 - 6 people Everyone's favorite! My kids love it and call it crisps chicken as I serve it with orange Doritos, it is not every day they get to eat crisps as a side. It's quick and simple to make but doesn't fail to impress. I have … Continue reading Fajita lasagna
As the #prstudent blog competition is coming to an end I have been looking over the past few months. Over my studies, my blog, my personal life etc. and I can truly say I have grown a lot. Whilst going through this growth I have also learned a lot about myself. Study life When it … Continue reading 10 months in Leeds…
“Oh are so you are a lawyer? …I am going through a nasty divorce at the moment, what would you do if you were in my situation…….?” “A nurse? Impressive! Would it be inappropriate if I showed you something?” These are the types of questions people in certain professions may expect. The nurse one is … Continue reading Do you mind sorting my problems out for free and do it quickly please!
Selling things, tangible and intangible is something I am good at. However, I keep it a bit quiet as I do not want to be a sales person, per se. Don’t get me wrong I like working in sales, some of the sales jobs I have done, I have in fact loved! I love helping … Continue reading Surrounded by sales!