Tag Archives: Royal Copenhagen

Review: CP44 – The World’s Best Curry Powder?

CP44 Curry

It’s no secret by now that I dig small-scale producers of quality foodstuffs. Producers whose efforts tell a story and who are devoted, passionate and geeky in what they do. Passionate and geeky, that is, on the brink of obsession. This is the story about one such person: More specifically, this is the story about Alex, a […]

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: (Almost) Authentic Spaghetti Carbonara

Spaghetti Carbonara

All throughout the week, I had this great plan of cooking something nice for myself Friday evening when I got home from work. Something comforting, rich and intensely flavorful, maybe a little elaborate. Unfortunately, I made it home quite late Friday evening. Now, I would love to say that this was because I spent my […]

Danish Classics: Mørbradgryde (Pork Tenderloin in Cream Sauce)

You know, it occurred to me the other day: I’m a Dane with a food blog, and a relatively large audience, many of whom are not from Denmark. Over the course of almost 65 posts, I’ve covered a lot of dishes, cuisines, tastes and culinary impressions… None of them traditionally Danish! Danish cuisine? How about […]

Authentic Ragu alla Bolognese: Spaghetti Bolognese, only better!

ragu alla bolognese

My mother taught me how to cook … that’s how every cook’s story usually begins, and in my case it may also well be true. I certainly recall my mother trying to teach me the basics  and insisting that I cooked every now and then. But while my mother may have taught me to cook, […]