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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 published by Ginkgo Press in the U.S. in 2014.

A Toast to Store Bededag

You might think that Store Bededag (“Great Prayer Day”) is a modern Danish invention, created to efficiently combine several religious [...]

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 – [...]

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 published by Ginkgo Press in the U.S. in 2014.