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Swedishirishmama Will Blow Your With Her Cooking Skills

Introduction

I’m, Swedishirishmama, a passionate home cook originally from Sweden, now living in beautiful Northern Ireland with my Irish hubby and our two girls. My blog is filled with simple, family-friendly recipes that are made in 30 minutes or less, using seasonal ingredients and very little effort. I hope you’ll grab a cup of tea (or coffee) and stick around!

Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

I’m a passionate home cook originally from Sweden, now living in beautiful Northern Ireland with my Irish hubby and our two girls.

I am a passionate home cook originally from Sweden, now living in beautiful Northern Ireland with my Irish hubby and our two girls.

I have been cooking since I was a little girl and it’s one of my favorite things to do. My love for food started at home with my mom and grandmother who would sit us down at the table every night to share stories about their day or just to eat a nice meal together as family! There was always something special going on in the kitchen so we always had snacks at school too! Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

My husband grew up in North Carolina but has lived all over America since then including New York City where he worked for several years before moving down here too…and now we are raising two girls (7 & 9) here near Belfast where we both work remotely from home while still being close enough so that they can visit whenever they want 🙂 Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

My blog is filled with simple, family-friendly recipes that are made in 30 minutes or less

My blog is filled with simple, family-friendly recipes that are made in 30 minutes or less, using seasonal ingredients and very little effort. The key to my simple recipes is that they still taste amazing!

The best part about cooking with me is how rewarding it feels when the whole family appreciates your efforts, even if they don’t say anything verbally. There’s nothing like coming home from work after a long day and having dinner ready on the table at 6pm sharp!

I hope you’ll grab a cup of tea (or coffee) and stick around!

I hope you’ll grab a cup of tea (or coffee) and stick around!

My blog is a place to share my experiences, recipes and photos. It’s also where I share thoughts on life in general, as well as some DIY projects that have come up since the last time we spoke. Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

We all have a story to tell, and I’m excited to share mine with you.

I’m a photographer, writer and blogger. I live in Ottawa, Canada with my husband and daughter.

Simple, family-friendly recipes that are made in 30 minutes or less

These recipes are a great way to get your family on the same page when it comes to meal planning. They’re easy to prepare, use simple ingredients and can be made in 30 minutes or less.

These recipes are also perfect for busy families who don’t have time to spend hours in the kitchen during the week—they’ll always have something delicious on hand!

We’ve rounded up our favorite 30-minute dinner recipes that are perfect for busy families. From pasta to chicken, this list has something for everyone! Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

I am a mama living in the Swedish countryside. I am Irish and my husband is Swedish.

I am a mama living in the Swedish countryside. I am Irish and my husband is Swedish. I have experienced a lot of changes in my life and have now settled with my family in the middle of nowhere!

My son is seven years old, but he is always outside playing with other kids or at school where he learns new things every day. He loves to read books about animals or nature; sometimes it can get boring for him because there isn’t much for him to do here on our farm!

I have experienced a lot of changes in my life and have now settled with my family in the middle of nowhere!

I have experienced a lot of changes in my life and have now settled with my family in the middle of nowhere! Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

Sweden is a very different country from where I used to live. It’s cold here, but I love it! My husband and I are starting our own business as horse trainers, so that means lots of traveling around Sweden for competitions and shows. We also take trips abroad every year when we can afford it (the last time we went was to Russia).

My kids are growing up fast, and I love to take them with me when I travel. They’re learning a lot from all the new experiences we have together!

I am blessed to live in this wonderful nature, but sometimes it feels very lonely.

You may be surprised to learn that it is very easy to feel lonely living in the country. There are many reasons why you might feel this way:

  • You can’t always rely on your neighbors for support.
  • It’s important to have a strong support system outside of family and friends.
  • Online resources like Facebook groups provide great opportunities for community building, but they don’t replace face-to-face interactions with people who care about you deeply—and neither do they guarantee that those people will always be there when things get tough! Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

In addition, there is a higher level of responsibility associated with living in the country. If you live in town, you can get away with not shoveling your sidewalk for a few days without people noticing (and judging). But if you’re out in the sticks and don’t shovel your sidewalk or clear off your property within 48 hours after a snowfall, someone will probably let you know! Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

Therefore I decided to start a blog as a way of connecting with others who love Sweden as much as me.

I decided to start a blog as a way of connecting with others who love Sweden as much as me.

I want to share what it’s like being an immigrant here, on good days and bad days. I want to share the simple pleasures that make me happy, like eating Swedish meatballs or drinking coffee at an outdoor cafe on the beach. And most importantly, I want you all to know how much I love this country! Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

I love the fact that Sweden is so clean and green. I love the fact that people are so polite and kind, even to strangers. I love the fact that it’s easy to find organic food here and there are recycling bins everywhere (even in restaurants!). The biggest challenge for me is adjusting to life in a new country where I don’t speak the language fluently yet. It can be hard at times but overall, it has been an amazing experience! Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

I want to share what it’s like being an immigrant here, on good days and bad days.

Swedishirishmama is a blog about the immigrant experience in America. I want to share what it’s like being an immigrant here, on good days and bad days. The posts will look at how people are coping with their new lives, how they’re feeling about their new home, or just some random thoughts you might have if you were living abroad as well. Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

I am the immigrant. I moved to America when I was 18, and like many people in my situation, I’ve been here for a decade or more. This blog is about how it feels to be an outsider in your own country. It’s about what it means when everyone around you speaks another language, has different customs and beliefs. Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

It’s about what it means when you feel like your own culture and identity are fading away. It’s about how hard it is to be an outsider in your own home. Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

My blog posts are usually about life in Sweden, or the simple pleasures that make me happy.

My blog posts are usually about life in Sweden, or the simple pleasures that make me happy. I want to share what it’s like being an immigrant here, on good days and bad days. I am blessed to live in this wonderful nature, but sometimes it feels very lonely. Let’s read more about Swedishirishmama.

I want to show people that it’s possible to live a happy life here, even if you don’t speak Swedish. I want them to know that we are not just this scary group of immigrants who don’t like Swedes and want everything for free.

A lot of people think that we come here just to take advantage of the free stuff, but it’s not true. I want them to know that we are real people with real problems.

The adventures of an Irish mama in Sweden

I am a mama living in the Swedish countryside. I am Irish and my husband is Swedish. After moving around quite a lot, we have now settled with our family in the middle of nowhere!

This blog is about all things Irish-Swedish: food, culture, history and how to make friends with your relatives when you live far away from them (or if you don’t want to see them).

My aim is to make this blog accessible to both Swedes and Irish people, as well as anyone else who would like to know more about Ireland and Scandinavia! I will also be posting about my own experiences living in Sweden.

Conclusion

I hope you enjoyed reading this blog post and will come back soon! I would love to hear from you if there is anything that I can do better or share more about my life as an immigrant in Sweden. Please feel free to leave a comment below or email me at info@swedishirishmama.com

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