moving from Malmö

Sorry for the salience, it’s been a busy summer like always.. Super extra busy since we’ve left our apartment in Malmö for good and had to pack up our home into a small storage. It feels sad. That apartment felt so much home, so much me & Petter. Our first own home. We’ll miss our neighborhood and all our friends we got during these two years.

But it also feels liberating. And exciting. We got new adventures ahead of us but if I’ll ever live full time life in Sweden again it will be in Malmö.

A huge thanks to Yili, Thewa, My, Erik, Pontus & Idus for helping us with the move. We owe you big time.



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from the concrete jungle to.. this:


Petter went back for one last round and to pick me up. We ordered late night sushi and ate it down by the harbor in Malmö. The perfect goodbye, see you soon again.






This view..

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Farmers Market Torekov

Last year we started a kind of Farmers Market here in Torekov. The plan was to make a venue for local producers and exciting foodies, add some live music and serve good food in a pop up restaurant by Petter’s parents. We got the idea from Capetwown, South Africa, from a place called Old Biscuit Mill. This year we’re doing it again for four times, every sunday in July.

I have been working with this since march and this time the hardest part was has been to gather all the producers. July is a busy month for everyone on this little peninsula we live on. We have around 10 different vendors for each time, some the same, some different! Cheese producers, local greens, the Malmö based liquorice company and many more!

The first market for this summer will be tomorrow (!!) I’m so nervous. Will anyone come? Will people like it? If you’re in the area please swing by. Free parking, no entrance. There will be lunch; pulled pork wrap, shrimps & aioli & salads. A lot of oysters, Champagne, local apple juice.

Check out the hompage here: Facebook-page: Instagram: @farmersmarkettorekov