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Carol Schroeder has an M.A. in Danish literature from the University of Wisconsin and runs a gift and gourmet shop in Madison, WI called Orange Tree Imports. Her daughter Katrina Schroeder is a Registered Dietician working on a fellowship in adolescent nutrition in Boston. Join them as they explore the delights of traditional Danish cooking and New Nordic cuisine for Eat Smart in Denmark, a culinary guide to be published by Ginkgo Press in the U.S. in 2014.

Smørrebrød in Miniature

The Royal Cafe started the trend by combining smørrebrød with sushi to create what they called “smushi” soon after it [...]

Duck, Martin Luther!

November 10 is Mortensaften in Denmark, and in homes across the country duck will be served in honor of Martin [...]

Smørrebrød: The App

VisitDenmark is using new technology to promote an old Danish food tradition with its creative iPhone app entitled Smorrebrod. The [...]

For the Love of Smørrebrød

You might expect that a blog devoted to the art of making traditional Danish smørrebrød would come from Denmark – [...]

Noma: Probably the Second Best Restaurant in the World

Danish superstar restaurant Noma recently lost its ranking as the best restaurant in the world to the Spanish El Celler [...]

A ViEW ON dANISH ART

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Carol Schroeder has an M.A. in Danish literature from the University of Wisconsin and runs a gift and gourmet shop in Madison, WI called Orange Tree Imports. Her daughter Katrina Schroeder is a Registered Dietician working on a fellowship in adolescent nutrition in Boston. Join them as they explore the delights of traditional Danish cooking and New Nordic cuisine for Eat Smart in Denmark, a culinary guide to be published by Ginkgo Press in the U.S. in 2014.