Hope for the next generation

Posted: July 17, 2011 in Events
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Carrying a 2.5 kg bag of charcoal, I found my way to Söråkersvägen south of Stockholm on Friday to attend a barbque/picnic hosted by friends Nizar and Lena. They once started a restaurant consulting business together so the food was naturally scrumptious. Nizar is now working as head chef of JP’s Warungclub in Bali.
One happy surprise was the flavorful Tempeh, a soybean product that was homemade by an Indonesian guy named Donny; it was complemented by a kick-ass peanut sauce. There was no meat, but grilled veggies and Red Snapper fish as well as böckling (smoked Baltic herring according to Google Translate…but I don’t believe it). Lena made one salad with grilled nectarines that was damn tasty. The feast was followed by a sophisticated Panacotta desert, decorated with three types of wineberries. Upstairs in the house, two 18-year-old guys were playing music–including Queens of the Stone Age– from an I-pad.
There is hope for the next generation.

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