1 Mar 2024
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Family What's on: Kids

What’s on and Where to Go with Children: October

Celebrate your kids on International children’s day… and every day in October with the YLC guide to what’s on, kids. Halloween and Höstlov (the Autumn half-term) warrant an article by themselves, which will be out next week. In the meantime, brush up your hangul and get ready to Gangnam Style Stockholm. Photo Credit: Jennifer Lundqvist […]

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Expat Cookbook

Recipe of the week: Raw chocolate brownies

Our recipe for these dark, chewy, crunchy, gluten-free, grain-free, refined sugar-free no-cook brownies consists of just a handful of ingredients, all of them raw and unprocessed. You can learn more about the authors of this recipe, Nina and Jackie, from our Extraordinary Expats feature on them! Ingredients:- 120 g (1 1/3 c) walnuts 100 g (2/3 c) […]

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Expat Cookbook

Recipe of the week: Filled paprika with feta cheese

Back to school requires quick, tasty and nutritious meals at the ready. Thanks to littlefoodies.se, we’re able to provide some fabulous recipes for the whole family this month.

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Expat Cookbook Lifestyle

Recipe of the week: Gruffalo Granola

YLC has teamed up with littlefoodies.se to bring you the best of back-to-school snacks, meals and treats for hungry families!

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Family

What’s on Stockholm, Kids: September

Check out YLC’s guide on what to do with the family this month!

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‘Two’s Company…’: Handling your in-laws

Dealing with the in-laws can be confusing and confounding and the cause of many arguments around the dinner table. In part 2 of her ‘Love in a Foreign Land’ articles, Lysanne Sizoo explores three ways in which you can help each other to create more tolerance and understanding, whilst also setting clear and constructive boundaries. […]

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