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Article in SvD – behind the scenes

Screen shot from the online version of SvD Min Helg. copyright SvD

A few weeks ago I was asked together with Lena and Anne to create a menu for International Women’s Day. Our recipes were published yesterday in the national newspaper SvD (Min Helg) and can also be seen online at Tasteline together with photos and a interview. The pdf-version of Min Helg can be downloaded here. Unfortunately it’s only in Swedish.

The dishes we created for the menu are the following:
*Pomegranade martini with hazelnut and olive cantucci.
*Serrano rolls with lemon and pepper filling sprinkled with fried capers (one of the dishes we won with at the Swedish home chef of the year competition).
*Beef marinated in balsamic vinegar served with a blue cheese, apple, aragula, walnut and avocado salad.
*Rasperry Eton Mess (raspberries marinated in rhubarb syrup, whipped cream, vanilla ice cream and meringues).

After creating and discussing recipes with Anne and Lena we were invited to the SvD/Tasteline kitchen to cook the food so they could take photos of us while we were cooking and of course the food. We had a great time together and it was fun to watch the photographer in action. Below you can see some of the photos I took when we were finished with the food. And of course no weird sprays or chemicals were added to make the food look better on the photos. The photos taken by the photographer that were published can be seen at Tasteline and in SvD Min Helg.

Alice at Tasteline is pouring ice cold martini.

Pomegranade martini with hazelbut and olive cantucci.

Photographer Katja is brushing some oil on the serrano rolls as they dried out.

Alice is re-arranging the fried capers.

Katja can finally start taking photos of the serrano rolls.

Alice is putting a final touch on the main course while Linnéa, also from Tasteline, is watching.

Main course, beef and salad. And it’s not red wine in the glass but glögg (sweet mulled wine)!!

Katja is taking photos of the dessert.

Raspberry Eton Mess.

10 Responses to “Article in SvD – behind the scenes”

  1. Bea
    March 7th, 2009 20:29
    1

    Gratulacje Dagmaro! :)

  2. Jamie
    March 8th, 2009 10:50
    2

    That must have been an amazing experience. And the food looks so good! Especially that beef and the Mess. Mmmm.

  3. Liska
    March 9th, 2009 17:58
    3

    Gratuluję! To musiała być bardzo miła przygoda :-)

  4. Anna H
    March 10th, 2009 20:46
    4

    Häftigt! Ni är ju riktiga kändisarna. Maten ser väldigt god ut!

  5. portuguese flavours
    March 11th, 2009 12:52
    5

    I really love your blog. The photos and the recipes are very good and i like very much to know what happen in the sweden kitchen.

  6. Dave Jones
    March 21st, 2009 20:29
    6

    Brilliant photo story…thanks for sharing such lovely pictures.

  7. chris
    March 22nd, 2009 10:35
    7

    Amazing photos. It’s nice to see people sharing techniques for photography!

  8. Sandra drömkaka
    March 24th, 2009 18:43
    8

    Oh vad roligt att få vara med i tidningen, du är så duktig!
    & allt ser så gott ut ,mums : ) !

  9. COURTNEY
    March 27th, 2009 22:40
    9

    Oh how fun and what an honor!

  10. Scott at Realepicurean
    April 5th, 2009 18:58
    10

    Fantastic. Really need to keep in mind some of those photography tips (brushing oil, etc) to help myself improve.

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