Tag Archives: cuisine

New Year’s Menu 2013: Inspiration and creation

new years

Something weird (and wonderful) has started happening. Over the last couple of days, I’ve noticed the number of visitors to this site going up, and the number of page views per visitor increasing. For a while, I was wondering what was going on until today when I started receiving messages along the lines of “Hey, […]

Dining with ghosts: Dinner at Hindsgavl

perfect baked cod

So, let me ask you this: When was the last time you ate a multi-course gourmet dinner in a restaurant named after an unruly and mischievous entity? No such luck? Well, then, allow me to tell you about my Friday night at our annual company Christmas dinner, which this year took place at the beautiful, […]

A love affair: Royal Copenhagen and slow food!

royal copenhagen

I’ve got a bit of a confession to make. I’ve been harboring a crush for the past many months. No scratch that, I’ve fallen madly and deeply in love with the outrageously pretty and expensive hand-painted dinnerware from Royal Copenhagen over the past many months. With burning envy, I’ve watched food bloggers and Instagrammers post […]

Crowd sourcing dinner: The Eggs Benedict Burger

Eggs benedict burger

After my rather successful and surprisingly popular home-made Sriracha hot sauce experiment, apparently word got out that I’m a bit of a chili-head. Consequently, I received, among other things, a goodie-bag of unknown chilies to play with. They came by way of my colleague the other day and I’m completely oblivious as to what kind […]

Crash Test Kitchen: Pulled Pork BBQ Chili

Various chilies for pulled pork bbq chili con carne

There are two culinary schools in America I enjoy more than most. One being the Mexican and Tex Mex traditions of the South-western USA, the other being the barbecue tradition of the South. One day I got to thinking: What if I could have the best of both worlds? What if I could combine the […]