Lamb Tagine Recipe from Lisa Lemke’s The Winter Table

In these often challenging times, and in fact, even when things are running smoothly, there’s no denying that cooking has a way of comforting, connecting and helping us embrace our creativity at home. Home cooked food, made with love, has a way of bringing us together as families, as friends, and even satisfying us as individuals. You may have a sweet tooth or a savoury preference, but no matter which side of the flavour fence you sit on, there’s no denying the feel-good (and live well!) factor food can bring to our days!

Which is why we’re super excited to be treating you to a heartwarming winter recipe from one of our favourite Swedish chefs, Lisa Lemke.

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Food for the Soul: Tips and Resources to Make the Most of Your Everyday Cooking

When it comes to heart-warming food, hemlagat (Swedish for ‘home made’) is always best.  And with many of us at home more these days due to the many challenges this year’s has served up, it’s the perfect opportunity to embrace more home cooking and enjoy the delicious results!

As always at kikki.K, whenever we want to learn more about something, we ask the experts in that field – which is why we’ve collated some wonderful tips and resources on everyday cooking from some of our favourite foodies and chefs from all over the world – Lisa Lemke, Dan Churchill, Deliciously Ella, Dr Megan Rossi and Jasmine Hemsley – for you to devour below.

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Recipes to Celebrate Swedish Misdommar (Midsummer)

Summer in Sweden is a wonderfully magic time, and is celebrated in all its glory by Midsommar celebrations across the country. In the height of summer, the sun only sets for an hour or so in the south of Sweden and, in the north, it doesn’t set at all. So as you can imagine, days full of sunlight, compared to the darkness of winter, call for a celebration and that’s exactly what Midsommar (Midsummer) is – a much-loved Swedish tradition that falls on the Friday between 19-25 June.

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