We are closing this short Danish special with one of the most ubiquitous side dishes of Scandinavian cuisine and especially Danish cuisine: rødkål.
Monthly archives: April, 2016
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.
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!
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!
We are completing this bread theme with one of my favorite breads… ok, maybe my favorite breads: naan!
Bolillo is a Mexican bread that is also known as pan francés.
The Holy Land will be my destination this week!
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.
Epicurus said: “My heart is full of fun when I have bread and water.”