Salmon with Creme Fraiche

Salmon is one of the most popular fish in Denmark. When you go to a dinner party, you can bet on getting salmon or shrimps as an appetizer. This one is different and easy.                       Salmon with Creme Faiche 7 oz. salmon fillet, 1 tbsp. […]

Duck Breast with Apple Walnut Salad

Duck season has started here in Denmark and many amature huntesr are out shooting as many ducks as they can. For those of you who can’t shoot their own ducks, you can buy them in the supermarket. This is a easy  way to serve together with a salad. Be sure and save the melted fat from the […]

Beef Tenderloin Stew with Danish Snaps and Wild Mushrooms

September is time for wild mushrooms and one should eat them as long as they are available. Wild mushroom taste better than the cultivated  and research has shown that wild mushrooms contain more nutrition than cultivated mushrooms such as vitamins, mineral and sund fat. This stew is made with Danish Snaps and it taste wonderful with beer, Danish, […]

Lamp Chops with Rhubarb Chutney

I have just been in my garden and took the last of my rhubarb. I have made a rhubarb chutney with apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar is made by fermenting apples. Apple cider vinegar retains all of the good aromas, when the sugar becomes alcohol and alcohol becomes vinegar. This is why apple cider vinegar has a […]

Beef Tartare with Sautéed Chanterelle

It is the first of September and the Danes are combing the forrest for chanterelle. If you are not lucky enough to find them in the woods, the markets are filled with them. The is a new and unusual way to make tartare with wild mushrooms. All kinds of wild mushrooms can be used, my family […]