Nomade Miami

As many of you know, one of my favorite hobbies while Im traveling is to check out new superfood spots.
While I was in Miami in March month I explored a lot of new, dope places that I want to share with you.


My girlfriend Molly Strauss is one of my very close friends from modeling. We got to know each other the very first time I came to Miami almost 3 years ago.
She was my roommate back then, and when you share a room with someone, you get to know each other really fast. Now it feels like I have known her for a lifetime.


We have some big passions in common; We both love nature, and quality super food, or soul food like we call it. Our religion is the universe and Mother Nature. We can have the deepest conersations about energies, daily experiences from work or just the life journey in general. Yep, pretty nerdy. I know.
We always joke about it and call ourself grandmas. Because we enjoy cooking and drinking tea, while our friends go crazy on the parties in Miami.


Molly invited me to this extremely cute spot while I visited her. I absolutly loved it! The vibe is inspired by Tulum. For those of you who have been there, you would know what Im talking about. The interior is nomadish, with dream catchers hanging from the ceiling, and their meals are freshly prepared by their own chef right in front of you.


The little restaurant is located pretty random, in the middle of nowhere, in a different part of Wynwood District. Definitely worth the experience, especially if you are in that area. There is so much to explore around in Wynwood District. It is completely different then all the typical fancy South beach spots. This place go back to the roots and got a homy, personal touch. We both ordered a big bowl topped with fresh grilled salmon, soo good!


Have a great Thursday, almost weekend guys. Keep it up!
NYC is freezing and I can’t wait for the weekend to start and hopefully the sun will come back soon.


All best, Eline S

D/RT - Eat Clean

Hey!

En av de siste dagene før avreise fra Miami var jeg og noen venninner å sjekket ut DIRT på South Beach. Jeg kan bekrefte at maten både er super tasty og insta vennlig!

Konseptet til Dirt er superfood. Hver rett på menyen er proppfull av superfoods og næringsstoffer.
Tallerknene er fargerike og inspirerende!

De har både veganske og gluten frie alternativer på menyen for de plante baserte. Også High protein og Paleo vennlige retter for kjøtt elskerne og gutta krutt.
Dirt bryr seg om planeten, og kjøttet deres er markert som Grass fed.

Vi bestilte rødbet salat, acai bowl, matcha pannekaker med mandel mel, søtpotet og en karri blomkål/kål bowl.. YUM!
Absolutt verdt å ta turen, hvis man befinner deg i Miami.

Jeg er på plass i NYC og har hatt en spennende helg, både jobbmessig og sosialt.
Så utrolig deilig med vår i luften her i New York. Blomster på trærne, fuglekvitter å folk som sitter ute å tar seg en matbit, eller bare nyter livet!

Ønsker alle en super start på en ny uke.
Snakkes snart.

X Eline S

English

Hey!

One of my last days in Miami, my girlfriends and I just checked out DiRT on South Beach.
I can confirm that the food is super tasty and insta-friendly!

Dirt´s consept is superfood. Everything on the menu is full of nutritions and superfoods.
The plates here are colorful and inspiering!

The menu got vegan and gluten free options for the plant based ones. Also high protein and paleo friendly meals for the meat lovers and them boyz.
Dirt care about the planet, and their meat is marked as -Grass Fed.

We ordered a beet salad, açaí bowl, matcha pancakes (made with almond flour), sweet potatoes and a curry cauliflower/ Kale bowl.. YUM!
I really recommend to check this place out if your in Miami.

So nice with spring in the air, here in New York. Flowers on the trees, birds are singing and people are sitting outside eating, or just enjoying life.
Wishing everyone a great start of a new week!
Talk soon!

X Eline S.

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Dirt South Beach -1834 Bay Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139

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Grilled Scampi w Parmesan/Califlower mash

Om sommeren er det deilig med lette middager, spesielt med varmen nå i sommer frister det mer med salater og lett mat fra havet. Jeg er ikke spesielt fan av reker, har prøvd å like det i mange år, men egentlig gitt opp. 

Scampi derimot, elsker jeg!. Det handler kanskje om måten det er tilbredt på.. Masse hvitløk og chilli, mmm.. Ja, takk! Det eneste som tar tid med dette måltidet er scampien som må tines, med mindre man kjøper den fersk.

Dette trenger du for 2 pers ;

400 gr Scampi
5-6 Fedd hvitløk
1 Chilli
1 Stor blomkål
Olivenolje
Smør
1 Squash
Parmesan ost
Lime
Koriander
Salt og pepper

Mariner scampien med 2 ss olivenolje, salt, pepper, 1 finhakket chilli, litt revet limeskall og 4 fedd hvitløk. Jeg liker masse hvitløk, så kan hende 2 fedd holder for de som ikke liker for sterk hvitløk smak. Sett scampien i kjørleskapet og la den marinere, jo lenger jo bedre. Hvis du har dårlig tid, er det heller ikke krise om du ikke rekker denne prosessen, da kan du ha scampien direkte i stekepannen med litt olje, hvitløk og chilli. 

Skjær opp blomkålen i litt mindre biter, sett på en kjele med vann og ha oppi blomkålen når vannet koker. Kok blomkålen til den er myk.

Hell av vannet og la blomkålen ligge og holde seg varm i kjelen.

Stek scampien på relativt høy varme i 3-4 minutter, den skal ikke kokes! 

Skru ned varmen og ha oppi squashen. Jeg bruker et redskap som heter spirelli, men hvis du ikke har dette kan du bruke en osteriver. Squashen skal ikke stekes, bare varmes litt sammen med scampien. La scampien og squashen holdes varm under ett lokk til resten av middagen er klar. 

Tilbake til blomkålen. Ha oppi 2 fedd hvitløk, 1 ss smør eller olje og 50 gr raspet parmesan ost. Kjør blomkålen i en food prosessor eller med en stavmikser til den er jevn og fin pure. Tilsett til slutt salt og pepper.

Topp retten med litt koriander og fersk limejuice.

Håper det smaker!
#foodbyeline


//English

During summer its nicer with light dinners, especially with the heat now these days, it’s more tempting with salads or light food from the sea. I’m not a huge fan of prawns, I have tried to like it for many years, but honestly I have given up. Shrimp on the other hand, I love! It may be about the way it is prepared. Lots of garlic and chilli, yum yes, please! The only thing that takes time with this dish is that the shrimp must be thawed, unless you buy it fresh.

This is what you need for 2 servings:

400 gr shrimp
5-6 cloves of garlic
1 chili
1 large cauliflower
olive oil
butter
1 squash
parmesan cheese
lime
cilantro
Salt and pepper

Marinate the scampi with 2 tablespoons olive oil, salt, pepper, 1 chopped chilli, slightly grated lime and 4 cloves of garlic. I like loads of garlic, so 2 cloves is enough for those who don’t like too strong garlic taste. Put the shrimp in the refrigerator and let it marinate, the longer the better. If you don’t have time, it’s ok to skip this process, then you just put the shrimp directly in the frying pan with some oil, garlic and chili.

Cut the cauliflower into smaller pieces, boil water and put the cauliflower in when its boiling hot. Boil the cauliflower until it is soft.

Pour out the water and leave the cauliflower in the bowl with a lid on to keep it warm.

Stir the shrimp on relatively high temperature for about 3-4 minutes, do not cook it!

Turn down the heat and add the squash. I use a tool called spirelli, but if you do not have this you can use an grater. Do not cook the squash, just heat it up with the shrimp. Leave the shrimp and the squash under a lid until the rest of the dinner is ready.

Back to the cauliflower. Sprinkle 2 cloves of garlic, 1 tablespoon of butter or oil and 50 grams of grated parmesan cheese. Run the cauliflower in a food processor until it is smooth and fine. Finally add salt and pepper.

Top the dish with some cilantro and fresh lime juice.

Hope you like it!
#foodbyeline