Tex Mex inspired pizzas, especially here up in Norway, tend to be really weird, and with “taco spice” and burnt tortilla chips, they’re more like a parody than an actual representation of the Mexican flavors. I’m neither Tex nor Mex, but this hits the right spots for me!
We LOVE pizza bianca. They are super quick and easy to make since there’s no tomato sauce involved, and they are so, so tasty! Here’s one of our potato pizza recipes with robust flavors of the North!
This summery pizza is one of the simplest that I make. But with its mild flavors from the fresh mozzarella paired with the charred zucchini , the fresh tarragon and zing from the pink peppercorns it’s incredibly flavorful.
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.
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.
Warm wheats is known to every Dane by the distinctive cardamom smell, the tanginess from buttermilk, and the slightly flaky texture in the sides from where the buns have grown together. I’ve always loved the tanginess and the slightly rough texture from the wheat – and this sourdough whole wheat version enhances exactly this tangy roughness.
There are few things that beats a really good pizza. I love pizza so fucking much I ended up with 3rd place in the Norwegian pizza championship in 2009. What I’m sharing with you now is my improved recipe for authentic, thin crust Neapolitan pizza.
You may be wondering what the fuck is this “stretch and fold” he’s yappin about now. No – it’s not a yoga exercise, it’s a BRILLIANT no-knead technique everybody can do, and is superior to ANY kind of baking machine out there.
Sfincione, authentic Sicilian pizza – the greasy slob Chicago style deep dish pizza’s fit and healthy grand dad that doesn’t require a pound of cheese to be edible.
Being a Norwegian with a Danish wife can be challenging. Like you can’t get proper Danish rye bread in Norway. There are bakeries that have something they call Danish rye – but it’s not. Usually not even close. Or it’s dry and dense AF. This is everything but.