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Lot´s of Swedish Christmas meatballs

The Swedish Christmas meatballs have its firm place on the Scandinavian Christmas table . A must in my Scandinavian kitchen, and I like to spice them up with anchovies and a lot of crushed allspice. The allspice is what makes them “Christmasy”….compare to normal Swedish meatballs,which contain black pepper.

A tale of an oxtail

I’ve never cooked oxtail before. Don´t know if it´s because the ox tail is exactly what it says it is – a tail and usually I go for the bits and pieces with names that dosen´t really describe it as it is…But as a cook one should learn how to cook everything and in these nose-to-tail times (using the whole animal Fun blog about eating according to Fergus Hendersons nose to tail philosophy), it is now time for me to cook ox tail.