This quick and dirty brownie is the only cake this skipper knows how to bake. And to be totally honest, it’s so downright fucking delicious you don’t really need anything else with your coffee.
Few things beats a well chilled gazpacho on a hot summer day when you’re so lazy you can barely be bothered to even think about food. Served with some good bread, this serves nicely as a light dinner, or lunch too!
This is one of the simplest, yet most delicious breads you can possibly make. The end result is so incredible we often munch it just plain with no spread at all! Or, as a lunch or dinner, pair it with a variety of cured meats, cheeses and pestos.
This is one of our quick and easy staples when the ramson is in season here in Europe. Especially luxurious with morel mushrooms, but oyster mushrooms will do very nicely too!
Fresh pasta is a staple in the Italian kitchen, and with good reason! It’s very quick and easy to make, it’s dirt cheap, filling, and incredibly delicious. It is also superior to anything you’ll ever find in the stores, and SO worth the 5 minutes it takes to make.
This pizza is actually a spin-off of our Viking falafels, and we’re using many of the same components, so if you decide to make one of them, you might as well make the other too. Not only will it save you time in the kitchen – but knock your socks off too!
Pesto is one of those incredibly delicious things that cost an arm and a leg if you buy a jar, but is super simple to make at home, costs WAY less, and taste WAY better than virtually any storebought alternative. Let’s go!
This leftover meal turned out so magnificent it really deserves a recipe on its own. Ready in minutes with hardly any work, this is the perfect comfort food for a lazy friday evening.
Our appetite for these soft, Italian pillows of pure decadence and luxury has no bounds. We grow our own miniature sage garden because of them, and we simply refer to sage as “gnocchi herb”. This is our best and easiest recipe for killer gnocchi!
What started out as one of Lea’s “what if” moments turned into a magnificent idea sparring session, and consequently this recipe. What IF the Vikings did indeed have falafels? What would it taste like?