Take a creative approach to pairing food with wine, some true dedication to the classic techniques of cooking and the homey feeling of dining at the house of your best friend, and you have Clou. A trailblazing bright star on the Danish food scene, Clou proves the Danish restaurant scene is more than Nordic minimalism.
Looking for a bite of Nordic cuisine that is more approachable than the fine dining plates often showcased? This is your ticket. Discover traditional ingredients and recipes of Scandinavia.
A Nordic pearl barley risotto with pumpkin, feta cheese and thyme, perfect for this time of year with seasonal hokkaido pumpkins.
We have all tasted or been influenced by the strong Nordic trend in food and design. Is it just a passing fad? Let’s see where the Nordic movement is headed next.
Become an expert on baking the favorite Scandinavian cardamom and cinnamon roll pastry in your own home kitchen.
Chefs Fredrik Johnsson and Peter Andersson are keeping the food industry fresh, simple, and delectable at Volt. The Swedish menu is coming to New York.
Dive into New Nordic cooking philosophy with interesting books featuring foraging, local ingredients and authentic dishes. Whether they inspired you to experiment in the kitchen or travel, these books are some of our favorite culinary reads from Scandinavia.
For a third year in a row, New York City’s Nordic food festival is back…
Explore the innovate dinners of NORTH Festival at The Old Bowery Station, an old subway depot.
Nordic food festival, NORTH, created a buzz in NYC this September, from hatching chicks during cooking demos to multi-course menus in an old subway station.
Tickets for the pop up 2014 NORTH Festival in Los Angeles are now on sale. Secure your seat at one of the three delicious and very intimate Nordic dinners.
Join us at NORTH Festival in celebrating the ten year anniversary of the document that changed the future of Nordic cuisine.
From the ground up, take a gastronomic journey of Nordic food with Restaurant Frantzén of Sweden. Be tantalized by the local flavors on the menu.
Despite a remote location and small population, the Faroe Islands cook and ferment amazing food. Join Chef Leif Sørensen to learn about the unique cuisine.
The Saget family set out to bottle the best of the Loire Valley. They now offer a selection of grapes representing the region, including a crisp Sancerre.
Swedish cuisine is more than meatballs. Join Chef Ulrika Bengtsson on a tour of Sweden’s food from east to west and north to south.
At the International Culinary Center learn to cook Nordic just like a Grandma. Chef Sasu Laukkonen gets back to basics and tradition with the exciting class
Learn how to bake like a Swede at this inspiring pastry cooking class held at the International Culinary Center in SoHo during NORTH Festival 2014.
The first tickets for the 2014 NORTH Festival in New York City are now on sale. Secure your seat at one of the delicious Nordic dinners and cooking classes today.
Ronny Emborg, the Nordic star chef from Copenhagen creates a cucumber plant dish with a smooth white wine sauce.
Nordic cuisine prioritizes fresh and local ingredients and this Icelandic stew is great backdrop for showcasing well-sourced seafood.
Skyr is a naturally nearly non-fat traditional Icelandic yogurt that’s perfect for the creamy sauce to top these lamb chops.
Copenhagen is not just about Michelin stars and René Redzepi. Casual dining is also more fun than ever.
Lars Hinnerskov Eriksen takes us on a trip through his holiday memories.
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.
A traditional roulade cake served with a berry sauce for added freshness.
Hasselback Potatoes are fantastic and a very simple way to turn regular potatoes from dull to delish.