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A Swedish Easter Plate

An Easter plate

An Easter plate – picture courtesy of Beegabild

A Swedish Easter plate, in our family at least, tends to be rather similar to the ones served up at both Midsummer and Christmas, put together from a buffet style spread.

I know what you’re thinking. Smörgåsbord.

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Fourth Floor Scooters And The Big Game

Chicken and vegetable stir fry with cashews

Chicken and vegetable stir fry with cashews

All things considered, Winter could have been a lot worse.

The frozen season was, even by the relatively gentle standards of Southern Sweden, a mild one.

Dark, short, days, as always, but very little of what my pa-in-law poetically referred to as “The White Crap”.

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Spinach Cauliflower Rice and New Year’s Eve Fruit Salad

Spinach cauliflower rice

Spinach cauliflower rice

Clan Paleovirtus was on the road yesterday, finally heading home after an extended Christmas Holiday.

This means, amongst other things, that I had a day off from kitchen duties. I could have pulled out a camping stove and a wok on the train, but I think it might not have gone down terribly well with the on-board personnel.

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Jeera Cauliflower Rice

Jeera Cauliflower Rice

Jeera Cauliflower Rice

I’d had this dish on the “to-do list” for quite a while, patiently waiting its turn to come out and play, so it was nice to be able to finally get to grips with it.

This is another variation on the theme of cauliflower rice, a bit of an experiment to see how well the “normal” rice based dish would crossover into the Paleo world.

We had high hopes for this dish – our other cauliflower rice based efforts, Pilau and Egg Fried,  have been very successful, and have already become firmly entrenched on the Clan Paleovirtus Nom-Nom hit parade.

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Beef Fried Cauliflower Rice

Beef fried cauliflower rice

Beef fried cauliflower rice

Another great Friday Night dish, this – a one-pan special perfect for those evenings when you have the luxury of a bit of extra time to spare.

Take last night, for instance. I strung the cooking of this meal out over two very lazy hours, punctuated by tea, a collection of 70s standards on the phone, and interesting snippets of TV.

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