Figs • Parma ham • Ricotta • Olive herb

Never change a winning team! That’s what I though, when I created this plating exercise around some of Italy’s finest ingredients. On a dollop ricotta, place fig slices and Parma ham in an overlapping circle. Top the figs with olive herb. Surround with roasted pine nuts, olive oil drizzle, balsamic vinegar pearls and geranium petals.

Green asparagus salad with burrata

Springtime is asparagus time. The green ones are sweet and crisp and combine perfectly with soft and rich burrata. Add some pine nuts and fresh basil and you’ll have yourself a super easy, super quick and super delicious salad. Start with the green asparagus. Wash the spears, snap off the woody ends and halve the…

Lamb sirloin • Barley • Pomegranate • Mint

A sous-vide stick – what a game changer! Precise temperatures, impeccable textures, foolproof. Never has cooking been easier. And the outcome more perfect. Start with the meat. Sear lamb sirloin in oil and butter seasoned with garlic and rosemary. Season the meat with salt and black pepper. Transfer the meat and the herbs to a…

Parmigiana tower 💚

Parmigiana is an Italian oven dish consisting of thinly sliced veggies – usually eggplant – served with tomato sauce, Parmesan cheese and mozzarella. I built a nifty little tower with Parmesan cheese and mozzarella coated tomatoes, red onions and – last but not least – eggplant as well as Parmesan cheese chips and served it…

Quiche with Herrgård cheese and roasted cherry tomatoes

Did you know that the word Quiche originates from the German word Kuchen meaning cake? And that this savory, open pie with an egg and cream custard filling is rather of German than of French origin? No? Me neither. Well, enough trivia for today. Instead, let’s focus on this quiche with a taste of sweet…