BEETROOT & RASPBERRY BROWNIES

The kids have athletics carnival tomorrow and need to bring a cake for the bake sale. Feeling brave I decided to cook a beetroot brownie adapted from an old recipe that I found in Good Living.

My daughter came home from school and wrinkled her nose and exclaimed – “Beetroot! Mum, why can’t you ever cook normal food!?” Feeling a bit nervous about the low sugar, beetroot version of a kids favourite I decided we better taste test it so we did, and we did and we did……. Oops somehow we couldn’t stop ourselves and ended up eating half the batch…. I didn’t even think of snapping a nice photo of it!

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“SWEDISH HUSMAN” LAMB IN CABBAGE

Traditional home cooked Swedish food is called “Husmans Kost” or simply “Husman”. The word is derived from “husman” which referred to the owner of a small house that didn’t own any land back in the farming days. The concept was originally a generic term for cheap and simple food eaten in the country by farmers. Nowadays it represents classic Swedish home cooking.

Veggies for Far i Kal

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