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Kaja is a food creative and private chef based in Stockholm. She loves to try new food trends, visit fun and inspiring restaurants around the world and to share her internationally inspired recipes with readers and her followers. Kaja is also a passionate sourdough bread baker. In April, she will launch her own Cookie business in Stockholm.

29 September 2021

How to make a Pancake Cake

Today, I’m sharing a traditional Swedish cake with you. It’s not really a cake, but well, a pancake is also not really one and still has […]
22 July 2021

Discover IKEA’s tiny sustainable homes

The Swedish furniture firm has designed, together with the mobile home company Escape, a modular and sustainable housing model. The IKEA Tiny House has an area […]
15 July 2021

Sweden has the world’s biggest open air bar where you can harvest your own cocktail ingredients

Summer’s here, which means it’s time for late nights spent with friends while enjoying a tasteful cocktail – or two, or three. If you’re living in […]
12 May 2021

The twins meeting weekly at the Swedish-Norwegian border throughout the pandemic

Covid-19 regulations have separated many people across the world, either preventing them from returning home, or from seeing friends and loved ones. Even borders that were […]
29 April 2021

Why Stockholm needs a Cookie Shop

Stockholm needed cookies. Great cookies. American style cookie dough with chocolate chips and sea salt flakes on top, but also cookies with a twist. That’s what […]
27 January 2021

Fjällnas – A Swedish winter wonderland

Sweden has a lot of hidden and not so hidden gems. No wonder, as the country is 1574km long, compared to Germany, which is 857km long. […]
21 January 2021

3 Semla in Stockholm You Have to Try

Last week I talked about the Swedish Semla, its tradition, and how you’re supposed to eat it. Stockholm is all white right now, cosier than ever, […]
13 January 2021

In Sweden, small talk is not everyone’s cup of tea

It may seem like a totally different era, yet there certainly was a time during which we carelessly and enthusiastically travelled the world. A time during […]
13 January 2021

Meet (and Eat) the Swedish Semla

The top of a fluffy, yeast bun that tastes of cardamom is slowly being cut off, followed by a very rich, buttery almond cream being piped […]
11 January 2021

The film festival you can attend all alone on a Swedish island

The beginning of 2021 is looking a lot like 2020, with social distancing key nowadays due to Covid-19. Cinema is among the hardest hit by this pandemic, however, […]
19 November 2020

Travel restrictions in brief: Sweden 🇸🇪

NOTE: Last update of this article occurred on December 16th. Can I travel to Sweden? In accordance with EU’s recommendation to gradually remove entry restrictions, the […]
21 October 2020

Gothenburg: Europe’s most sustainable city

A country that consistently places in the world’s top 10 happiest citizens and which created allemansratten, the concept that it’s everyone’s right to roam free among […]
16 October 2020

5 Swedish foods you must try

Everyone who goes to Sweden probably expects to eat two things: meatballs (köttbullar – that are pronounced schöttbullar btw.) and cinnamon or cardamom buns. I have […]
26 August 2020

Island hopping in Stockholm – Gällnö

When the thermometer hits 28 degrees in the city of Stockholm that’s something special. Those who are still on holidays or not working relocate towards parks, […]
21 August 2020

24 hours in Stockholm

I get asked very often ‘What shall I see when I come to Stockholm?’ ‘What are the most important sights, cafes, bars in the city?’. This […]
12 August 2020

Have you heard about Swedish crayfish parties?

Have you heard about crayfish parties? No?! Well, then it’s time for you to hear about them. Crayfish parties are an essential part of Swedish food […]
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