Boning a Leg of Lamb

To butterfly a leg of lamb means to bone it so the meat may be spread out in one large piece so you can roast it. It cooks in half the time of a leg of lamb with a bone and makes the carving easy. To prepare the leg of lamb, cut off as much […]

Tartlets

Easter is the historic day of Jesus’ resurrection but why the name Easter? Is it because of a goddess named Eostre, who represents spring and fertility.  The Danes have many free days around Easter and we invite friends and family for a lunch or a nice dinner. I will be serving Tartlets with lobster tails and […]

Easter Ham

Like most Christian countries, the Danes celebrate Easter with lamb, chicken and Easter eggs. In Spring, dawns mark the beginning of the days that will outlast the nights. At Easter all the small children in Denmark are busy writing letters to their families called “Gækkebrev” and are translated to a letter with a snowdrop in […]

Grilled Chicken Salad with Tomato and Lemon

My husband and I grilled for the first time today. It is still cold here in Denmark, but like most Danes, we couldn’t wait for the grilling season to begin. We ate our dinner indoors. When I first came to Denmark some 50 years ago, nobody was grilling. It took several years for the Danes […]

Salad with Raspberries and Feta

It is now possible to get fruit and berries all year. And they are getting cheaper all the time. I got some lovely raspberries at the supermarket today and made this lovely salad for dinner. Taste like Spring and makes us look even more forward to Summer. It can be used both as an appetizer […]

Apricot Souffle

The first time I ate a souffle at a friends house, I was amazed at how easily she worked. While we were eating the main course, she rose from the table, taking the gravy bowl with her. I heard her whipping egg whites with an electric mixer, the oven door shut without a bang and […]