A track you love to hear on a sunny morning…

For a lazy Sunday morning, it would be ‘Cigarettes After Sex’ – K…

Your perfect breakfast would be…

I don’t normally have breakfast, but when I do I make black coconut rice porridge with citrus fruits. It’s my favourite!

The most unusual thing I have ever eaten…

Seaweed noodles! I tried them just the other week in Sweden and instantly fell in love. As soon as I get my hands on them I have a feeling they will then be part of my staple diet. Low carbs and packed with all that seaweed goodness!

The dish that reminds me of my childhood…

Fried corn balls!

Who taught you to cook?

I’m mostly self-taught, even though I have (amateur) master chef level parents. I only cook vegetables and vegan food that I have learnt mostly through experimentation. I like simple flavours with high quality ingredients, not too much fuss, just good produce.

Your favourite 3 restaurants in your home city (Barcelona, Spain)

Koku Kitchen for a great ramen..

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The Green Spot for innovative vegan dishes…

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…and Madre Lievito for an amazing pizza when that guilty pleasure hits the fan…

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5 other restaurants from around the world you love…

Not sure I can think of 5 in total, but here’s a few that stand out for me; I spent some time in LA recently this winter and found Sage to be a great ace for creative vegan dishes. When in London I like to go to Franco Manca for their amazing sourdough pizzas. And when in Berlin I head over to Monsieur Vuong for that Vietnamese treat (below).

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A DJ or musician that has surprised you with their cooking skills at home/their home…what did they cook

I always love to eat what Manfredi (DJ Tennis) cooks! He makes some delicious Italian dishes. We shared a house together for some time in Barcelona so I had the opportunity to try them regularly.

Your guilty pleasure food. You know you shouldn’t but you always do…

I love bread, but I am gluten intolerant, so I really shouldn’t….but who doesn’t love some sourdough or croissants now and then!? When my mum comes to visit me in Ibiza this summer, she has promised to bring Swedish sour dough cardamom buns, which just seems a bit too good to be true, and definitely worth the treat.

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What is your signature dish?

Red beet hummus is my latest hang-up. It’s the perfect studio snack together with some carrots. As a dish it’ll definitely be something with broccoli, kale and quinoa in it. If I don’t eat vegetables for a day my body aches. Another favourite is Swedish vegan gluten-free banana chocolate mud cake!

If you could have a master-class with a celebrity chef, who’d you pick and why?

None, I guess I’d choose to go home and have a class with one of my parents, as then I could get to see them at the same time. They are pretty good at cooking…

Dead or alive – 3 famous people you would invite around for dinner…

Fever Ray (Karin Dreijer), Robert Hood and Patti Smith.

A dish you have yet to master…

I would love to learn how to make a perfect seaweed salad. Often when you get it at a restaurant it’s too sugary.

Your favourite pizza topping

I do love provolone, tomato sauce and rocket.

Your biggest ever food mistake?

I make a lot of hummus and time management has never been one of my stronger traits, so it smells a lot like burnt chick peas around my house.

A dish you just cannot eat?

Licorice! Either you love it or you hate it. Also, red meat goes outside of my understanding nowadays.

You get in from the club pissed, dive in the fridge and usually come out with…?

Well I don’t drink, so I never have those hunger pangs, but I would probably stick to something “boring” like fruit! I don’t have many snacks at home just to avoid these kinds of moments.

The most expensive meal you have ever had?

I am really no restaurant connoisseur, and I have had a few nice meals out, but I have definitely not had to pay for those ones….so I hope they didn’t cost the buyer too much!

Ibiza focus…

My favourite restaurants on the island…

I’ve love La Paloma for its ambience and Fish Shack for it’s simplicity. STK has delicious food too. I’ve stayed a lot out in Santa Gertrudis where I always stop at Wild Beet.

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The best sunset spot for a cold drink…

Las Puertas del Cielo. The view up there is so peaceful. The restaurant up there is pretty good too!

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A record that always reminds you of Ibiza

There are so many! An open air favourite from the likes of Zoo Project is Iz & Diz “Love Vibe” (Brett Johnson’s Better Days Mix). It always gets the mood vibing.

Your favourite Ibiza dish

Sirvia (Swordfish) at the Fish Shack

The perfect 24 hours in Ibiza would be…

A swim is a must to cleanse the soul! My go to beach for quick swims is Sa Caleta, and after that it’s a great idea to enjoy dinner at the restaurant by the beach. If it’s a short stay like 24 hrs, I wouldn’t have time for a sunset watch, but head straight out! There’s too much fun to be had. If I’m not playing somewhere you’ll find me dancing, and if it’s a Monday you’ll find me at DC10!

You can find Adeline next in Ibiza at Zoo Project on Sundays where she is holding down another year’s residency.