This month my new journey as a student has begun. I am excited to share that I was accepted into a part-time course at Gothenburg University. It's like this course was created for me. The course name is EAT: food culture, materiality and design. They said in the uni blurb: ...this course is for those who are interested in the connection between design and eating. I read this and thought. I am interested in both design and eating. It's a fantastic opportunity to connect and collaborate with others in my new city. If you're wondering, yes the course is in English. Phew!
If you're curious to know what we did in my Uni course, on the first two days watch this video below.
As well as the university course, I am learning Swedish through a government course called SFI; Swedish for Immigrants. Luckily the course is during the day located only a short walk from where we live. Over the past year, I have had 50 one-hour Zoom lessons but I would love to be able to speak more fluently. Many people can speak English here so you could get by but I would love to be able to converse in the local language. Maybe if I get confident I will share a video in Swedish.
Don't worry I am not giving up my YouTubing. Yes, I am still baking and cooking in my spare time. My aim is to release a new video each week.
New This Week
Spelt Jewish Honey Cake
Cookies and Small Treats to bake when you don't have eggs
I recently compiled a list of existing recipes for small treats like cookies/biscuits or balls that are made without eggs. I thought; you might feel like whipping up a treat and realise you have no eggs in the kitchen or you forgot to buy them. Or you have a family member who doesn't like eating eggs for personal taste or is allergic to eggs.
Here is a collection of my cookies and a small treat to bake or make when you don't have any eggs in the house. Click this link
A few of my favourites:
If you have a new recipe request please send me a message and I will see what I can whip up.
Happy baking, until next month.