Exercising Foodies

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Autumn Soup

This soup is perfect for cold autumn days when don’t feel like spending too much time in the kitchen with several pots and pans going at the same time. Indian moong dal is small...

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Tofu with Black Beans and Hot Peanut Sauce

Extra Firm Tofu Black Beans Natural Smooth Peanut Butter Olive Oil   Water Hot Indian Chili Powder Jalapeno Powder Cumin Powder California Chili Powder Chipotle Powder Cut the tofu block into thick pieces then...

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Flavor Heaven at Kailash Parbat

If you want food to be a mouthwatering experience that’s bursting with flavor combinations and textures, then you should go to Kailsash Parbat’s Chaat Bar. Chaat means street food, and you’ll be visiting one...

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Mulligatawny Soup Helen’s Way

This soup is especially delicious and the reason for it is what Samin Nosrat always talks about, “Salt, Fat, Acid and Heat.” The combination of lemon, hot spices, olive oil, and salt makes this...

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Bicycling in Sweden

Greetings again from Sjunkamossa Sweden. As you may have gathered from my previous blog post Sjunkamossa is in the country. Forest scattered with classic red farmhouses with white trim, green fields with grazing horses,...

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Two Countries Two Homes

Greetings from my little cabin in Sjunkamossa, Sweden. As I’m sure you’re aware by now, I’m a Swede living the US. This fall it will be 28 years since I left Sweden. Calling two...

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To Insole Or Not To Insole

I’ve had an interesting learning experience the last few months. I’ve been running in Altra Torin’s for years and I love them. But I had heard so many good things about the Altra Escalante...

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Cheddar Pesto

Since I’m such a foodie you’d think I’ve been making my own pesto for years, right? Made my first one last week. Well as they say, better late than never! Pine Nuts Fresh Basil...