1. Sanna’s Lemonade

    01:31

    from Homegrown Swedes / Added

    With the first beams of spring sun, here's the simplest and most refreshing drink – all categories. This is such a classic you don't need a twist to it. Just make it.

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    • Sanna’s Buckwheat Porridge with Apple and Ginger

      02:45

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      While the girls play chess – fend off the September morning shiver with this warming buckwheat meal, topped with apple and ginger.

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      • Sanna’s One Mushroom Omelette

        02:07

        from Homegrown Swedes / Added

        A failed mushroom hunt turns out for the best, with a recipe for bad luck: the one mushroom omelette.

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        • Sanna’s Gooseberry Pie

          04:23

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          Sanna finds the gooseberries just ripe for her lovely pie recipe. Why are they called gooseberries? According to Wikipedia, the "goose" in "gooseberry" has usually been seen as a corruption of either the Dutch word Kruisbes or the allied German Krausbeere, or of the earlier forms of the French groseille. Alternatively the word has been connected to the Middle High German krus (curl, crisped), in Latin as grossularia. However, the Oxford English Dictionary takes the obvious derivation from goose and berry as probable because "the grounds on which plants and fruits have received names associating them with animals are so often inexplicable that the inappropriateness in the meaning does not necessarily give good grounds for believing that the word is an etymological corruption." It is also perhaps worth noting that the French for gooseberry is groseille a macqueraux translated as 'mackerel berries'. That's funny.

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          • Sanna’s Strawberry Summer Muddle

            02:20

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            Sweet, sweet strawberry. Cool cool mint. Fresh, fresh citrus. Summer is here, friends!

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            • Sanna’s Rhubarb Compote

              02:55

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              You won’t find rhubarb served like this is a restaurant. This is such a home made classic.

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              • ZTV introducing Peter Siepen

                00:32

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                Spots to promote new hosts for ZTV, an early 90's youth channel. Client: Maria Croon. Art Director: Oscar Liedgren. Copywriter: Pontus Holmgren. Agency producer: Mary Lee Copeland. Cinematographer: Anti Wendell. Director: Emma Hvengaard. Production company: Pettersson & Åkerlund. Advertising agency: Rönnberg McCann. Ca 1995. Notice the cameo: Zilversurfarn!

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                • ZTV introducing Erik Haag

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                  Spots to promote new hosts for ZTV, an early 90's youth channel. Client: Maria Croon. Art Director: Oscar Liedgren. Copywriter: Pontus Holmgren. Agency producer: Mary Lee Copeland. Cinematographer: Anti Wendell. Director: Emma Hvengaard. Production company: Pettersson & Åkerlund. Advertising agency: Rönnberg McCann

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                  • ZTV introducing Per Sinding Larsen

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                    Spots to promote new hosts for ZTV, an early 90's youth channel. Client: Maria Croon. Art Director: Oscar Liedgren. Copywriter: Pontus Holmgren. Agency producer: Mary Lee Copeland. Cinematographer: Anti Wendell. Director: Emma Hvengaard. Production company: Petersson & Åkerlund. Advertising agency: Röbbnerg McCann.

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