Tag Archives: decadence

Eating Dixie: What I’ve learned about Southern Food

Southern food lessons

As I wrote in an apologetic statement a month or so ago, I’ve been taking a bit of a break from blogging (well, from just near everything, really) to go on what I considered some much-needed vacation. To be a little more specific, I’ve been spending three weeks road tripping through the entire South-Eastern United […]

Review: Restaurant Lieffroy – Affordable, slightly dented luxury!

restaurant lieffroy

Flying high again: As somewhat of a blogging first, this post was proof read by a very sleep deprived Johan at the cruising height of 36,000 feet aboard a United Airlines Boeing 757-200 heading across the Atlantic Ocean. While I did receive expert help from my friend and co-traveler Zascha in eradicating the worst errors, […]

Winemaker’s Dinner with Marrenon and Eat Event

marrenon

I’m a pretty lucky monkey sometimes. Like when I receive an invitation to take a few hours off work on Friday afternoon so that I may travel to Copenhagen to partake in an exclusive Winemaker’s Dinner featuring five wonderful dishes accompanied by a total of 11 different wines. Yep, foodie life does have its advantages […]

White Asparagus, Pata Negra Ham & Champagne Mousseline

white asparagus

If you asked me up front what my favorite thing about spring and early summer is, I’d probably tell you “asparagus… and girls in summer dresses… In no particular order!” Things like grilling, beers on the lawn and seemingly endless nights might come into play as well, but no, I’m pretty sure if you asked […]

Simple Pleasures: Lumpfish roe, Poor Man’s Caviar

lumpfish roe

Over the last couple of years, an exciting trend has been spreading amongst people in the foodie world. So-called locavores have emerged. That is, people who strive to eat locally produced foods and usually also strive for fresh and seasonal items in their diets. Funny, isn’t it? Only in a world that has been moving too […]