I have always loved food and cooking, but I also have great passion for art (painting) and jazz music. Mixing all interests is fantastic - not only to create experiences for others, but also to inspire others. Everyone needs to eat and come together around the dinner table.
WTJ: What is Your #1 must-have while on vacation is...
I can not travel without my personal computer. Other than that, I decide when I'm on the spot ... I love adventure, experience different cultures. I never eat in public places, without asking the locals and finding truly local restaurants. I want to experience my travels and what I do with a good travel companion.
WTJ: What is your #1 must have item in the kitchen?
I t can not do without a good knife!
WTJ: What was your favorite childhood dish?
When I was little, did my mother often prepared a favourite dish ... It consisted of milk creamed pasta and a pot of sausage party for "Falukorv" ... absolutely wonderful!
WTJ: What is your favorite food now?
(LOL) You can not ask a chef on favorite foods! When I am at home, I often make vegetable ragout made from root vegetables, thinly shredded cabbage, beans, mushrooms with a little cold pressed olive oil, a little rock salt and a piece of lightly fried fish on the side.
WTJ: Your packing ritual...
I pack that best under pressure, because then I pack only what is really necessary and by the way I never get stressed out by a trip. If I forget something, then I enjoy finding it local purchasing ... I never get stressed out by the trip.
WTJ: Your best travel advice...
It's the same for what when I visit a new place. I usually jog around the district to get an overview, gladly study a map and the lay of the land.
WTJ: Where would you like to visit?
My next trip will be a mission in Abu Dhabi, then London and a lecture at Le Cordon Bleu School, then France, Austria and Italy but i really will try to visit India!!
WTJ: Your Favorite Quote?
See the quote on my backside of the book... :-)