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cardamom & orange rhubarb cake

Every spring I get a sudden hankering for rhubarb, get excited when I spot some in a shop or market, buy one or two bunches of pretty pink stems, eagerly bring them home... and then proceed to wonder what exactly to do with them. The answer is often cake — and this year was no different. You don't have to be über-precise when it comes to home baking (the same cannot be easily said for...
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roasted squash chili ginger garlic soup

It's dark out, you're feeling cold, perhaps a little under the weather, and rather fatigued. Cue the perfect pick-me-up: a nourishing bowl of warmth in the form of a restorative roasted squash soup. Thanks to the pep from garlic, chili and ginger, you'll be back on your feet and ready to tackle the day again in no time. roasted squash chili ginger garlic soup makes 4-6 servings, depending on the...
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slow-cooked lentil bolognese

There's nothing quite so comforting as a dish that is both hearty and nostalgic. And I think Bolognese sauce (also known as Bolognese ragù) falls into that category for many people. Although I don't eat much meat and my boyfriend eats none, we've found that you can make an equally satisfying meal without the beef - and even without the dairy. Come with me! I'll show you. how to make an...
kanelknuter by allosimone
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kanelknuter (cinnamon knots)

When I first shared these cinnamon knots on Instagram, people went wild. I had never been asked for a recipe so many times before. A great part of the excitement likely came from the novelty of discovering a new cinnamon pastry, something different yet also quite similar to the delectable cinnamon bun many of us know and love. Except these aren't really new here in Norway - and I bet one can find...