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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 in ‘Eat Smart in Denmark’, a culinary guide published by Ginkgo Press in Madison, Wisconsin in 2014. ‘Eat Smart in Denmark’ is now available in bookstores and online in Denmark as well as in the United States.

Five Fantastic Danish Food Names

You have to love a country that makes a national sport out of asking foreigners to pronounce the name of […]

It’s Good to Eat Green

Easter in Denmark begins with the Danes getting the day before Good Friday off as a holiday, a practice which […]

Buns up!

Move over, Mardis Gras. Instead of this “Fat Tuesday” tradition to mark the day before Lent, the Danes celebrate Fastelavn. […]

Delicious Danish Irony

In the hotly contested survey that concluded this month, stegt flæsk med kartofler og persillesovs, (slices of fried pork belly […]

Hakkebøf 1, Frikadeller 0

Pork producers throughout Denmark are undoubtedly wringing their hands over the news that the ground pork and veal meatballs known […]

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 in 'Eat Smart in Denmark', a culinary guide published by Ginkgo Press in Madison, Wisconsin in 2014. 'Eat Smart in Denmark' is now available in bookstores and online in Denmark as well as in the United States.