Meet Søren Wiuff the farmer who delivers vegetables to noma.
On a houseboat in Copenhagen harbor, in front of noma, they have turned gastronomy into science.
Beer geeks love Mikkeller. But could the Danish microbrewery be about to change our perception of how food and beer go together?
Wachau Gourmet Festival recently greeted two Danish star chefs to their region and paired the food with the tremendous wines from the region – a match a god worthy.
Honest Cooking visits Restaurant Marchal at D’Angleterre Hotel in Copenhagen, the new home of Executive Chef Ronny Emborg.
Moss foam, pine oil, and unfamiliar herbs. These are the hallmarks of a bigger trend currently sweeping Nordic-inspired restaurants.
The first weeks of January has seen Copenhagen go through a chef shuffle reminiscent of the transfer windows in major sports.
Honest Cooking followed Michelin Starred Chef Ronny Emborg to Russia, where he cooked for VIP’s and media at the Bochka Restaurant.
This soup is pure New Nordic Cuisine. It is seasonal and relies on almost all local ingredients.
Three nights. Three of the world’s best chefs. 16 global gastro-travelers. It is the most coveted dinner ticket of 2012.
The much hyped ACME in New York’s Noho serves the most interesting bistro food of 2012.
For two days, many of the world’s most famous chefs gathered in Copenhagen for the second edition of the MAD Symposium. Honest Cooking was there.
Kalle Bergman talks to Matthew Orlando, Head Chef at Noma Restaurant in Copenhagen.
Kalle Bergman went to Aalborg, Denmarks fourth largest city to interview one of the country’s most celebrated chefs.
This salad might be one of the first Nordic inspired dishes you make at home, but its simple, quick and easy to get right the first time you try.
The food at the newly opened Acme Bar & Restaurant in NoHo is both exciting and impressive.
Mads Refslund, co-founder of Noma and one of the creators of the New Nordic Cuisine is in New York to head up the kitchen at ACME.
Copenhagen is not just about Michelin stars and René Redzepi. Casual dining is also more fun than ever.
In the New Nordic Cuisine, local herbs, plants and vegetables are redefining what is luxury eating.
Cloudberries are enchanting wild berries from the North. And to Kalle Bergman, they’re a fond childhood memory.
This past weekend saw the first annual MAD Foodcamp staged in the Danish capital of Copenhagen. A nerdy Woodstockish foodie festival and conference that showcased some of the most in vogue gastronomy profiles in the world.
Until recently, the open sandwich tradition of Denmark – known as smørrebrød – was not a thing that ambitious chefs or fashionable restaurants would put on their menus.
Lars Hinnerskov Eriksen makes a case for the food festival as the new world of rock n’ roll.
Honest Cooking paid Chef Thorsten Schmidt and his wife Rikke Malling a visit this June to sample the spring summer menu at Malling & Schmidt.
The upgraded burger joint phenomenon has engulfed the Danish capital the last year or two. One of the most successful players is Haché Gourmet Burgers.
Even if the Michelin Guide refused to give Danish restaurant Noma 3 stars a few weeks ago, tonight the restaurant was once again named #1 at “The 50 Best Restaurant In The World”.
Kalle Bergman with a classic flavor combination served the way the Danes like it. Apple Pork on dark rye bread.
Legendary dishes are always welcome, right? Kalle Bergman brings Mr Lindström to the table, a 100 year old classic Swedish dish.