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Shakshuka on a Budget

This is the second post in our new series; Healthy Eating on a Budget. Your enthusiasm and encouragement in the first on...

Mung Bean Stew on a Budget

Buying and eating healthy vegetarian whole foods is often a painfully expensive pleasure. Organic products, fresh fruit...

Holiday Stuffed Pumpkin

I often feel a sting of jealousy at dinners during the holiday season. At first, I thought it was because as vegetarians...

Grilled Beet Burgers

A while back someone asked me if I missed eating meat. All fellow vegetarians probably recognize this question. It seems...

Fat Almond Pancake

“I don’t want to eat rocket salad. Actually, I don’t think it is vegetarian.” Elsa says to me, ...

The Perfect Picnic Pie

There is a small organic food store a few blocks from where we live. Apart from always having really nice fresh herbs an...

Korean Kimchi Wraps

A few days before Christmas, David’s uncle invited the whole family for a pre-Christmas dinner. The thing is that ...

Aubergine & Lemongrass Curry

About two years ago we left Sweden to travel the world with Elsa. She was only six months old at the time, and we had no...

Chestnut & Mushroom Tart

It has been a while since we listed blogs, recipes and other stuff that has inspired us throughout the month. So we thou...

Beet Bourguignon

If you google the french dish Bœf B-o-u-r-g-u-i-g-n-o-n (phew) you will see Julia Child’s classic recipe everywhe...

Bean, Tahini & Chestnut Salad

Amy Winehouse is playing on the stereo. Elsa is dancing around my legs. Luise is furiously cleaning and refurnishing one...

Moroccan Vegetable Tagine

I have no idea how we have managed to keep this dish from you guys for so long. I have been using the same recipe for ye...

Tomato & Chanterelle Rye Tart

When I became a vegetarian, by the age of fifteen, it was a bit of a challenge for my family. Even though they have alwa...
Herb & Pistachio Falafels

Herb & Pistachio Falafel

Vegetarians don’t have hot dogs to turn to when they crave fast food. We have falafel in bread. Deep fried chickpe...

Pretty Purple Picnic Wraps

You want to know a funny thing about Swedish people? We always talk about the weather. Always. Come rain or come shine, ...

Broccoli Pesto

If I say pesto you say … broccoli?! No, I didn’t think so. Like most people we are normally pretty conservat...

Green Tea Infused Sunroot Soup

Have you met the Jerusalem artichoke (also known as sunchoke or sunroot) before? It may look like a small dirty potato t...

Vietnamese Banana Blossom Salad

We are very excited to be back on the blog again. It is actually something we have been missing a lot. And at the same t...

Green Christmas 2010

With Christmas just around the corner we realize that a lot of people probably are asking themselves how to make their c...

Moroccan Quinoa Salad

The thanksgiving weekend is over. It was our first thanksgiving ever and we did what all people in America do. Ate way t...

Fig & Walnut Spaghetti

We have moved a couple of blocks. It turned out that living with a lousy kitchen was too hard for us. So now we are spen...

Involtini di Melanzane

In just a couple of days Green Kitchen Stories turns 1 year. During this year we have made 75 posts, and we must say tha...

South Indian Pickled Eggplant

Autumn is here. It’s raining more frequently and the days are quickly becoming darker. Not that we care – we onl...

White Gazpacho

Remember what we wrote about our gazpacho obsession this summer? Here is another favorite. This version has a completely...

Kañiwa & Coconut Pancakes

It’s done. We have booked our plane tickets to USA, we leave two months from now. It feels great knowing for sure ...

Watermelon Gazpacho

As much as we love to spend time in the kitchen, this time of the year we prefer to stay outside. So when we are inside,...

The First Meal

Elsa had her first meal of solid food a couple of days ago! Luise made her potato mash with a splash of oil and water. I...

Rustic Potato Pizza

Potato pizza has a special place in my heart. This simple rustic pizza made with just a few basic ingredients (no tomato...

Blueberry & Apricot Super Salad

These last weekends we have been having not only one Welcome-To-The-World Picnic for Elsa, but two! The first in Copenha...

Early Summer Vegetable Wok

These weeks in May happen to be our absolute favorite weeks of the year. Not only because of sunshine, picnics, barbecue...

Green Sushi Salad

This is what happened one day when we felt like making our own vegetarian sushi but were too lazy to go through the who...

Lemon Potato & Edamame Salad

In the end of May we are going to Denmark to have a welcome-to-the-world picnic for Elsa. We have invited friends and fa...

Spinach Muffins

Hi there. We are back. After one week of snuggling/adoring/talking/singing/kissing/feeding/diaper-changing little Elsa w...

Beetroot Burgers

As soon as spring arrives we will take a trip to our country house, fire up the barbecue and make some veggie burgers (w...

Mushroom & Hazelnut Loaf

We all need a good loaf recipe. Especially in the winter when you are starting to get tired of all those soups, stews an...

No-Rice Risotto with Chard

Every other friday we get a box of organic fruit and vegetables delivered to our door. It feels like Christmas when the ...

Yoga Pot

This past weekend I was attending a 2-day-pregnant-yoga-course at Atmajyoti yoga school in Stockholm. It was wonderful. ...

Fresh Summer Rolls

I think a lot of people can agree that fresh summer (or spring) rolls is one of those dishes that you gladly order in a ...

Mango & Walnut Salad

One of the most annoying questions that you come across as a vegetarian is: “What can you eat except from salad?&#...

Saffron Bulgur With Vegetables

In our search for the best vegetarian christmas recipes we have come to a family classic. The first vegetarian christma...

Orange & Carrot Soup

We must have had some kind of carrot obsession lately. Without thinking about it we’ve used carrots in three diffe...

Black Quinoa & Kale Salad

So, a couple of days ago we wrote about our box of organic treats. We tried a salad recipe that came along but switched ...

Green Pea Soup

Whenever we eat out this time of the year, soup always seems suitable. The other day we were at one of our favorite cafe...

Basil & Walnut Pesto

Luise and I met in Rome in Italy. Each date we had i took her to a new restaurant, constantly trying to impress her. It ...

Crispy Red Cabbage Salad

Red cabbage is a genuine Christmas ingredient in Denmark and Sweden. Often it’s served cooked with sugar. My mom and m...

Pumpkin Pasta

This is an Italian recipe that Luise’s relatives always makes this time of the year. The recipe has been kept a se...

Indian Lentil Soup

Tuesday night we made lentil soup. Being a vegetarian for 15 years now I must have tried at least a thousand (probably m...
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