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Thankful Thursday: Asparagus pistachio risotto – Electric Blue Food


Hello all! Welcome to another edition of THANKFUL THURSDAY! I’d like to introduce you to EVA, from ELECTRIC BLUE FOOD.


Eva is a photographer and foodie currently living in Sweden. She loves traveling, landscape photography, live music, writing and food, especially preparing desserts. She’s had a blog on and off for the past 10 years, becoming more dedicated when she moved to Sweden in 2014. Here is a bit from Eva in her own words:

“I was born and raised in north-western Italy from a Polish mom and an Italian dad. I was raised bilingual, the best thing my parents could gift me with, and have picked up a few more languages along the way – currently in the process of learning the sixth. During my university years I spent six months in Norway and another six months between Canada and the United States. After graduating I have also lived in Poland for two years, where I met a wonderful guy who shared my same passion for Northern Europe. Together we decided to move to Sweden.”

If you’d like to read more of her story, follow this link to her ABOUT page.

Eva has a PHENOMENAL site. It’s filled with wonderful recipes, beautiful photography and some stories of her travels. I’d like to take this opportunity to say thank you to Eva for following my blog for almost a year now. (10 months to be exact!) I’m so appreciative and grateful to have you on my team.

Check out the recipes below and please take a few minutes to head over to Eva’s site .  I think you’ll be pleased with what you find: tasty recipes and beautiful photos!

Recipes: (Here is the main recipe and a few others!)

Asparagus Pistachio Risotto


Walnut and chocolate Cake


Raspberry custard Tarts


Honey-Mustard Glazed Salmon


Autumn Soup with Curry and Coconut Milk



About Tamara Hoerner (946 Articles)
I am a student at Hawthorn University working toward a MS degree in Holistic Nutrition. For me, the name Purple Almond symbolizes “Good, nutritious, whole food bringing light and life to the body, awakening the inherent healing mechanisms within.”

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