Cold brew coffee is the latest trend in coffee brewing – have you tried it yet? Here’s a simple recipe – for preparation in a cafetière. Don’t forget: it takes a while because the coffee needs plenty of brewing time to release all aspects of the taste as it is brewed using cold water.
Ice cream always tastes great – regardless of the weather! Ice cream and coffee always make the perfect match, and directly mixing the two inevitably produces an irresistible drink – or dessert – depending on who you ask. Like many other great culinary creations, the Affogato originally comes from Italy. Somewhat dramatically, Affogato means “drowned”; […]
If you want to make a juice there are really no rules to what you can and can’t mix. Try out what’s in your fridge and find your favorite. Just make sure you have a good machine that makes the most of your fruit and veg. Rinse all vegetables in cold water. Run through a […]
A bloody marriage between Mary and Martini - with a beet as the bridesmaid. A really cool thing with this drink is that you get a fun, pinkish foam on top of the drinks. I am not quite sure why but it might have something to do with the pectin in the skin of the tomato.
Rinse the strawberries and remove the stems, let the water drip free. Cut the berries into quarters and marinate them in wine, honey, and chopped mint. Let them soak the solution 20-30 minutes. Pour off the marinade into a pot. Boil and reduce it until it becomes a thick syrup. Cool it a bit before […]
When Sverre Braastad went from Potato Land to Grape Land, he brought with him a little piece of Norway. As an aperitif to our adventure in Sverre's footsteps, I made a fresh and stylish cocktail outside his family farm in Gjøvik, using locally grown blueberries and potato liquor - vodka.
Bring all the ingredients (except the spirits) to a boil. As soon as a boil is achieved, remove from heat for 5-10 minutes. Add the liquor or dark rum. The punch can be enjoyed hot, or cold over ice cubes in a glass as a welcoming drink for guests.