The other day we ran out of bread and also out of sourdough, so I put together basic ingredients to make a big oven pan focaccia for the evening, as a special occasion since we do not really eat bread. We ended up trying to watch GoodFellas until we got tired of the loud screams and laughter. I received many requests in Instagram regarding the recipe, so here it goes.
The other day I decided to give this classic a try. I think salty pies are not that much of a thing in Sweden besides the delicious Västerbotten Cheese Pie (which you must try if you’re ever here) so I had my husband to give this a try and let him be the judge for the evening.
This post will be part of a Strength Training sequence that aims at introducing and encouraging women to lose the fear to the heavy weights in the gym and build a strong foundation for their body to function in diverse situations. I have personally been asked on tips and guidance for beginners by women that want to give strength training a try and see results, hence I will take this post to draw an introduction or guide into strength training, its basics and how to start making a change by yourself without the need of expensive coaching. Please remember to check with your doctor your own conditions before lifting, pregnancy, etc. This post is merely informative and not claiming to be of official guidance.
I have encountered numerous advices issued by different countries against this, and not only that, but paediatricians and scientific studies that advice the exact opposite as gluten intolerance was found to happen more frequently for those starting this early with gluten.
The benefits of taking walks with a sleepy baby, living in the countryside and being blessed with Swedish soil under the feet, are countless. But one of them is that you do not need to shop for your weekly flowers, at least not during summertime.