Cooking Whole Protein

Fried Chicken

Combining Scottish frying techniques with West African seasonings, African-Americans in the southern states perfected this American staple dish. Deliciously crispy on the outside, tender and juicy on the inside, deep-fried chicken has become popular all over the world.

Adobada (Marinated Pork)

This is our absolute favorite when it comes to Mexican fast food! Great in tacos, burritos and on top of fries or rice. Flavorful without being spicy, I am confident it will become your favorite, too!

Blodplättar (Swedish Blood Pancakes)

Cooking with blood may feel strange but these pancakes are just amazing! I believe this is how my grandmother used to make them, and she liked to tell me that when my dad was little he could eat a whole platter!

Ground Beef for Meatballs & Patties

Swedish meatballs seem to be the trademark of Swedish cuisine and we do eat them every now and then. They are also a staple on the Swedish smörgåsbord and julbord (Christmas table). However, this recipe can also be used for moist and flavorful patties, meatloaf and fillings.

Swedish Holiday Ham (Julskinka)

Since it is getting harder and harder to find brined un-smoked ham here in the states, we started to make our own. It is very easy but the brining process needs to be started a few weeks before Christmas.

Gravlax (Cured Salmon)

Not only a classic on the Swedish smörgåsbord, but also a great dish on its own. We like to serve it with creamed or baked potatoes and of course hovmästarsås.

Roast Turkey

Roast turkey is at the center of many holiday dinners across the world, particularly during Thanksgiving and Christmas. In Sweden it is less common, but my father used to serve it for New Years Eve.