Small grill bell peppers and halloumi

Small grill bell peppers and halloumi

This was my first attempt with these little green bell peppers – as a matter of fact I haven’t even seen anything similar in stores before. These peppers are imported from Spain and are called Pimientos de Padron. Nice little delicacies and very quick to make. Good when served on the side of meat or poultry. Continue reading “Small grill bell peppers and halloumi”

Freshwater whitefish with mash made of potatoes and celeriac

Freshwater whitefish with mash made of potatoes and celeriac

Freshwater whitefish are found mainly in the relatively cool waters throughout the northern parts of the Northern Hemisphere: in Finland, Sweden and Estonia, and on rare occasions they have been found in Norway, Denmark, Germany, Poland and Russia. This means that most of you probably haven’t even heard of this small and tasty fish. Very much like the Baltic herring, which when eaten with a mash made of potatoes and celeriac is a very tasty dish, but in my opinion the freshwater whitefish is superior. Continue reading “Freshwater whitefish with mash made of potatoes and celeriac”

Granny’s cucumbers

Granny’s cucumbers

This one is one of the easiest side dishes to make. You can add more cucumber slices into the seasoning juice when the bowl is about to get empty. Just remember that the juice will not stay fresh forever: one week is supposedly the longest time you can use the same juice, which gives you plenty of time to make a new one. Continue reading “Granny’s cucumbers”