Monthly archives: April, 2016

Denmark: Rødkål

We are closing this short Danish special with one of the most ubiquitous side dishes of Scandinavian cuisine and especially Danish cuisine: rødkål.

Denmark: Knækbrød (Crispbread)

Knækbrød! It was about time I prepared this recipe that I have been dying to try for 18 years! I came across these famous little crackers while expecting my second son, Ruben.

Denmark: Aebleskiver

These last two weeks of April, we are doing a short feature of Danish cuisine to celebrate Store Bededag. After Vera’s traditional varme hveder, I am sharing the no less traditional aebleskiver!

Denmark: Varme Hveder

Today, we are beginning a culinary journey to the land of fairy tales, a royal country full of castles, mansions and beautiful gardens, the country of Hans Christian Andersen’s Tales! I am of course talking about Denmark!

India: Naan

We are completing this bread theme with one of my favorite breads… ok, maybe my favorite breads: naan!

Mexico: Bolillo

Bolillo is a Mexican bread that is also known as pan francés.

Israel: Pita Bread

The Holy Land will be my destination this week!

Canada: Montreal Bagel

In your opinion, what is the best bagel? The New York bagel or the Montreal bagel? I’ll admit that it is a very subjective question.

United Kingdom: English Muffin

Epicurus said: “My heart is full of fun when I have bread and water.”