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May, 2010 | Velbekomme

16 May 2010

Archive for May, 2010

Food Gambling #3

Are you feeling like a real dare-devil today? I sure hope so, because this is gonna be a dirty ride into the hitherto unknown regions of foreign weird-ass candy. This time take a good, hard look at the snack above and then vote in the poll. Ready, set, go!

What's in this "Gotinas, Glazets Sierins"-snack?

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6 May 2010

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Grissini Sticks

You know how when you have guests over for dinner and you’re trying frantically to finish up in the kitchen? How there’s no time to play the perfect host and they start hanging around the kitchen table asking half-assedly if they can help? Well, I finally decided to put an end to all that dalliance. Now I’m regularly sealing all of my hospitality into little sticks o’ love to keep them preoccupied and feeling really special.

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4 May 2010

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Danish Delights: Ribbenstegssandwich

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here’s a serenade from Porky & Bess: Thin, grilled pork chops stuffed into a sandwich roll along with pickled red cabbage, fresh cucumbers, mustard, crunchy roasted onions, horseradish and remoulade.  This is a staple on every Danish fast food menu with a little self respect – often seen in hot dog stands in a spungy version and always made with thinly sliced pork roast with crackling. Sadly they didn’t have any pork roasts the other day, when I felt the sudden urge to make my own “ribbenstegssandwich” as it is called in Danish. But the substitute proved much more flavourful, especially with the charcoal taste from the barbeque. Naturally you can make it with either kind of pork. Here’s how you do it:

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