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A Taste of Crime: Risotto à la Camilla Läckberg

One of Swedish crime writer Camilla Läckberg’s favorite dishes is risotto, and this dish has become one of our favorites too.

A Taste of Crime: Twin Peaks – Cherry Pie

One of my absolute favorite TV-series is Twin Peaks. What better than an episode with a cherry pie on the side.

A Taste of Crime: English Crumpets

In the novel Two for Sorrow by Nicola Upson Josephine visits the English coastal town Walberswick in Suffolk, near Ipswich, where she orders crumpets.

A Taste of Crime: Sherlock Holmes Cookbook

The Sherlock Holmes Cookbook from the seventies have some very interesting recipes.

A Taste of Crime: Accident-filled Start to Thanksgiving

A few accidents later we could actually enjoy a nice Thanksgiving meal.

A Taste of Crime: Frida’s Banana Cake

Frida’s Banana Cake is described as “a must in Frida’s picnic basket.”

A Taste of Crime: Heat Wave in California

A mojito is the perfect drink on a hot summer’s day.

A Taste of Crime: Tomato sauce inspired by the Italian Mafia

In the movie The Godfather there is a scene where one of the mafia guys demonstrates how to cook an authentic tomato sauce. Inspired by this I cooked my own version.

A Taste of Crime: Tru Blood

It does not matter what you read by Charlaine Harris, the very commercial soda Tru Blood is the perfect reading snack.

A Taste of Crime: Semlor

Private Detective Tam Sventon’s favorite pastry.

A Taste of Crime: Chocolate Chip Crunch Cookies

Chocolate chip cookies are an American classic, and this recipe has a little extra crunch thanks to the addition of corn flakes.

A Taste of Crime: Toad in the Hole

This dinner is inspired by Midsomer Murders.  It is difficult to find a dish more British than this one.