Dinner and lunch





My sister and her husband takes turns in making each other dinner, one week  Sigga (my sister)  makes all the evening meals and the next one her husband is in charge. It seems to work out very well.  Here are some of the great benefits of the agreement:

1. When it’s not your week you can relax and be at no help with a clean concience.

2. When it is your week you can make whatever food you want.

3. You are sure to get something to eat every day :)

4. It’s easier to plan your meals ahead.

Anders and I have decided to give it a try. I´ll let you know how it goes.

1st picture: Lunch at home. 2nd picture: Lunch at a café. 3rd pictuture: Dinner at a hotel in Stockholm. 4th picture: Dinner at my parents.


  1. Reply
    sigga January 11, 2009

    Nam Nam!
    It is a great idea:-) -try it all of you.

  2. Reply
    sigga January 11, 2009

    -Mabye because is is mine. Hihi

  3. Reply
    kiwi January 12, 2009

    sounds excellent, i´ll tell my boy as well :)

  4. Reply
    brinja January 18, 2009

    Sigga: So sar I it’s working out great for Anders and I so thanks for the tip!

  5. Reply
    brinja January 18, 2009

    Kiwi: I can only say: Go for it! (And let me know how it turnes out!)

  6. Reply
    kiwi January 18, 2009

    no, i live in Mexico, and i´m mexican :)

    but i´m a fan of your country and bikes.

    have a lovely day!

  7. Reply
    brinja January 18, 2009

    Ahh okay! You should go visit Copenhagen some day then. Bikes are great.
    And by the way I’m a fan of Mexican food :)

  8. Reply
    Morten January 21, 2009

    I had Mexican food in Germany last Sunday. AND I got a new bike Monday!
    What a coincident!

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