October 4th is Kanelbullar Dag in Sweden. A Kanelbullar for those who aren’t familiar with the Swedish pastry, is the most delicious Cinnamon Bun ever! Since moving here two years ago I have eaten plenty of these bad boys and I never get sick of them. I’ve tried many other popular Swedish pastries and deserts, but I always come back to the Kanelbullar as my favourite. Which got me thinking, which one is my favourite, and do other people agree? So to answer this question, I turned to google to find out which one others thought was the best in town. Some I had tried and others I hadn’t yet. So in order to make an informed decision I set out to try each one on the list. I now have a new favourite, a review of the ones I tried, and a few extra kilos 🙂 Continue reading “Stockholm’s Best Kanelbullar”
One of my favourite things to do on a sunny Friday when I was living in Sydney was visit the local farmers markets. I’d go and grab a coffee and a muffin and wander the stalls picking up lots of yummy fresh fruit and veggies, amazing bread, spices and healthy snacks. One of my favourite snacks were the homemade fruit roll ups! Continue reading “Homemade Fruit Roll Up Fail”
Reminiscing about the coldest i’ve ever been!
As January is coming to an end and I’m starting to look forward to Spring. I’m taking a moment to look back at this time last year, when Daniel and I had the opportunity to go away for a weekend. Continue reading “Umeå – The Coldest Place I’ve Ever Been”
Christmas in Australia!!
After getting into the Christmas spirit in Stockholm, I was ready to head home and spend some time with my family and friends. Of course catching up with my loved ones was the highlight of the trip, but brunch came in a close second! Australian coffee and breakfasts are something I really miss about being away so it’s one of the first things I do when I go home.
day 15 & 16 – it’s all about cars
After leaving Bologna we headed across to Maranello to check out the Ferrari Museum. All the cars from old to new were beautifully displayed and I learnt a lot about the history of Ferrari in a really interesting way. Plus, Daniel got to drive one, so he left feeling pretty happy 🙂 Continue reading “Cars, Gelato, Waffles and Mountains”