Flavors of my blog are best described by a single phrase - everyday food made decadent, and decadence made easy. Palachinka is not for those who fear calories and who are scared of burning some time in the kitchen.

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  • Strawberry Salad with Hazelnuts and Lemon Balm
    on Jun 3, 2014 in dessert
    This year the strawberries that we grow in our countryhouse garden are huge. Beautifully shaped, red in the middle and sweet. I almost felt it would be to bad to use them for jam or baking. So they went into a salad. Our lemon balm is also huge this...
  • Dulce de Leche Brownies
    on May 15, 2014 in dessert
    To be honest, I am not a great fan of desserts. This might come as a surprise to the readers of this blog as there are so many sweet recipes here, but the thing is, I enjoy making them, but it’s not like I get a craving for, let’s say, a...
  • Chimichurri
    on May 10, 2014 in argentinian food sauce
    Of all the things you could do with parsley, chimichurri is for me the best. It goes well with almost anything, it’s super cheap and the taste will blow your mind. I’ve been making it for sometime and this recipe is what I find most fitti...
  • Phi Phi, Rantee and the Beach
    on Apr 17, 2014 in thai food thailand travel
    I still believe in paradise. But now at least I know it’s not some place you can look for. Because it’s not where you go. It’s how you feel for a moment in your life when you’re a part of something. And if you find that moment...
  • Paris in Four Hours
    on Mar 12, 2014 in france french food travel
    Ah! Ce Paris! I want to stay for months. Watch people come and go while sitting in a bistro on the bank of the Seine. Spend days lost in the corridors of the Louvre. Wait for hours to get up on the Eiffel Tower. Buy myself a real French baguette̷...
  • Baba GanoushThere’s something about the levantine cuisine that makes it’s dishes one of the most loved throughout the world. I myself am not at all immune to it’s charms and let me tell you, I could easily live on hummus and baba ganoush alone.
  • Mini Pavlovas with Chocolate Mousse
    on Feb 17, 2014 in dessert Sale & Pepe
    This recipe has been sitting in draft for a long time. Because of all those things it might resemble when you look at the photo But not everything in life is beautiful, and just because something doesn’t look beautiful, it doesn’t mean th...
  • Dolores’s Brokenhearted Chicken
    on Feb 8, 2014 in main course
    Dolores makes such good chicken that it makes you hungry even if you’re heartbroken. Poor Dolores. She lived with a one-eyed guy who couldn’t make her happy. And she made chicken. Pretty damn good chicken let me tell you. It’s one o...
  • Meatballs with Raisins and Cashew Nuts
    on Jan 21, 2014 in main course sauce
    I have an obsession with cumin. It simple. To me, everything tastes better if you sprinkle some cumin over it. And the most beautiful smell that can get out of a kitchen is the smell of toasted cumin seeds. That’s why to me, these meatballs and...
  • Urnebes
    on Jan 15, 2014 in appetizer main course serbian food
    Urnebes can be found in every Serbian fast food stand. Most common thing you would eat there is a burger, but we do burgers here a bit differently. Take a look on 1st and 4th photo on this article and you’ll see. Burger is called pljeskavica an...
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