So Hello ladies and gents, it’s been a while…
But now I’m finally back with a new post here on the blog! So as you can see I recently returned from my vacation in Spain. I came home last week, and I’ve been working since then. So, that why this post first gets published today.
Besides that I’m so happy to be home again. I feel so inspired with a lot of new ideas for upcoming blog posts so I can’t wait to get to work more here on the blog. So stay tuned guys I tell you, stay tuned!
Besides from that, I think that this is probably the longest post I have ever done… because of all the photos of course haha.
So I’ll make this really short. My vacation was great, I’ve finally got a tan wup wup, and yeah I have actually just been chilling day in and day out, so that’s been great. If you want a more detailed version of what I’ve been up to, check out the video, and don’t forget to show it a lil’ love.
So, my food loving friend Amanda and I, are always exploring the vast food Universe of Copenhagen.
You see, we have this kind of tradition, thats about going out for a dinner date at least one time a month where we are exploring a new restaurant every single time.
It so fun to hang out with Amanda while we’re eating delicious food, and we figured that, since this delicious tradition is working out just swell for us, why not share it with you guys?
Therefore, this “Hungry part (1,2,3…)” post is gonna be some sort of series here on the blog where Amanda and I are commenting on the restaurants that we’re visiting.
So read along if you wanna know our opinon about Gran Torino.
Our thoughts about Gran Torino:
” The food was delicious, the space was some kind of an Urban dream… but the sound in the room made me a little crazy, people were talking pretty fucking loudly, which is indicative of less than ideal room acoustics.. not the best of conditions for a romantic date… The food, however, was indeed delicious, which is obviously the most important part. Right guys? Right??. The dinner was comprised of a main course consisting of risotto with lobster and tiramisu for dessert. After these two courses, however, the fire of the deep hunger in our bellies wasn’t extinguished, so we had to go ahead and order another main course, but that could just be my insatiable culinary hunger clouding my judgment. #fat… 😉 “
I’m always hungry and therefor I often eat a lot of small unhealthy snacks if I’m bored.
But here the other day I thought to myself ” why not make a healthy snack? “ I mean my family has a whole garden full of vegetables!?
So I found some green kale in my grandmothers garden and made these kale chips.
They’re super easy to make and taste quite good actually, so if you want to give them a try, take a look at my recipe right here.
A lot of green kale
How to make the chips:
1) Set the oven to 160 degrees.
2) Wash the green kale.
3) Rip the kale into small pieces and spread them on the bakeplate.