Signe Johansen is a Norwegian cook and author of How to Hygge, Scandilicious and Scandilicious Baking. A longtime whisky enthusiast, she is the co-founder of 'Spirited Women', a project to get more women into whisky and other spirits. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in archaeology and anthropology from the University of Cambridge, she trained at Leiths School of Food and Wine in London, worked in several of the UK's top restaurants and went on to do her masters in the anthropology of food at SOAS Food Studies Centre at the University of London. She has appeared on Kirstie's Handmade Christmas, What's Cooking and Sunday Brunch. She lives in Bloomsbury, London.
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Signe Johansen’s no bake dark chocolate tiffin is ideal for the days when you just need chocolate.
Signe Johansen, author of How to Hygge, share her recipe for a delicious nordic winter salad.
Signe Johansen, author of How to Hygge, shares a delicious cake recipe inspired by 'fika', the Swedish tradition of coming together over cake and coffee.
Signe Johansen is a Norwegian cook and author of How to Hygge. Hygge is central to the Nordic sense of well-being and roughly translated as 'cosiness'. Signe shows us how we can achieve Scandi-Cool in your own home, without breaking the bank.