I went to a indoor shopping mall with Nadja today. Actually we are on the bus going home from it right now as I write this. The place was actually pretty nice and since the weather is pretty cold I have to say that the American style shopping mall was a nice change of pace. I was starting to get hungry so I made a stop to the nearest food kiosk. It was a small stand which used a machine which resembles the same kind of rice steamer you’d see at an Asian restaurant, yet instead of rice it was corn. I thought it sounded interesting and who doesn’t like a cup of corn? So I opted for the “Mexikansk” cup of corn which was mixed with: Butter, salt, and chili powder. It reminded me of the Mile High Flea Market back at home, well maybe not exactly but it worked for me 🙂
So I’m about a week behind right now with some of the pictures I wanted to share, but I didn’t want to forget these one. A little over a week ago Nadja made me some dinner at her sisters house. She was watching her niece while her sister and her husband were away in Champagne, France.
So You really just have to taste it to understand but I guess until someone figures out how to send food via the Internet, (Watch the movie: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and see Wonka Vision) I figure pictures are the next best thing.
Every night Most nights consist of some type of snack or “kvällsfika” as it’s called in Sweden. Homemade bread from her mothers oven, (tonight it was toasted first) olive oil, freshly sliced cheese, and fresh marmalade. Luckily we have access to some just made raspberry marmalade which was just made 2 days ago. Oh my how this is so damn delicious. Yeah I know what you’re thinking, “How can you get your hands on some of that?” And my answer to you is sorry, you can’t! But you can look at the pics and enjoy.