Autumn is approaching and I just love, love, love this time of the year. The evenings draw in and the air feels a bit fresher. I love the idea of curling up on the couch and tucking into heart-warming meals. Inspiration for this dish has come from Norway and was first served up by my father-in-law about 16 years ago. Mr V (my partner) is normally the one to cook this. Doesn’t food always taste better when someone else cooks it? Lapskaus is a Norwegian dish and a bit like a stew but it’s very thin. It’s a really healthy dish (apart from all the salt I put in :)) full of vegetables and goodness. The only thing that takes time is chopping the veg and it’s a long, slow cooked dish. You could always cook it the evening before and ready to just heat up the next day. Soups and stews always taste better the next day.