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Clou – a Bright Star of the Danish Food Scene

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.

Danish Sunday Supper at NORTH Festival

Denmark comes to NYC with Masterchef winner Timm Vladimir. Celebrating a traditional European Sunday evening dinner, Chef Timm will recreate the Danish experience with new spins on favorite dishes.

Danish Kammerjunker Cookies

Danish Kammerjunker Cookies

Kammerjunker are twice-baked biscuit-like cookies that are often served with milk and yogurt for breakfast but here are topped with jam or ganache for an extra-sweet treat.

Apple Pork By Kalle Bergman

Danish Apple Pork

Kalle Bergman with a classic flavor combination served the way the Danes like it. Apple Pork on dark rye bread.

Denmark’s Rye Bread – Rugbrød by Adam Aamann

This is Danish chef Adam Aamann’s favorite recipe for rugbrød; the base of his delicious traditional open sandwiches: smørrebrøds. Once you’ve baked a loaf you can simply eat a slice with butter, or experiment with smørrebrøds recipes.

Homemade Laminated Dough: Croissant Buns

These Croissant Buns make for an excellent baking project for a cozy winter weekend. Start by making a homemade laminated dough on Friday evening and they’ll be ready to devour over the weekend.

Italian Rosemary and Olive Oil Bread

According to history, Luciano Pancaldo, a baker from Ferrara, a town in the north of Italy developed this bread inspired by the bread recipe for D’Este family, the rulers of Ferrara. Their bread was full of rosemary and had light crumb and golden crust, decorated with salt which resembles diamonds.

Warm Winter Drink: Glogg

Glogg is more than a mulled wine. It will give you a feeling of comfort and coziness and let any worries or problems slip away, if only for a little while.