Die Party ist in der Küche!

Lass mich dir helfen, eine andere Art von Party zu organisieren.

Gross oder klein – das entscheidest du.
Lade deine Freunde zu einem Abend ein, an dem gekocht, gelacht, geredet und gegessen wird.
Oder beginne deinen Frauenabend mit einem Abendessen, das ihr alle gemeinsam kocht.
Keine Idee für das nächste Geschäftsessen? Macht nichts: Ich habe viele!
Ich bereite alles vor, so dass du die Party mit deinen Freunden geniessen kannst.
Das heisst KOCHPARTY – hast du Lust darauf?

Nimm Kontakt auf: therese@thenorwegianhausfrau.com

The party is in the kitchen!

Get in touch to book your event now!
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KITCHENTALK

Two Chefs, a Queen and me

Two Chefs, a Queen and me

Do you remember that I was on a TV-show in May 2017 presenting my favorite restaurant in Luzern, Zur Werkstatt? If you don`t, you can catch up on the episode by clicking right here: Mini Beiz, dini Beiz - Zur Werkstatt Last Thursday I had the pleasure of working with...

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Meat – what does it mean?

Meat – what does it mean?

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Ginger and friends

Ginger and friends

(These products were sponsored) Fresh ginger root has become a regular in my kitchen. Along with it`s good friends lemon and honey. I feel prepared for making any remedy needed during these cold winter days. The ginger root came from Asia to Europe with the romans...

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