Dear friends, I hope you have enjoyed my self-proclaimed Danish Food Week as much as I've loved putting these posts together. Since I wrote about æbleskiver before I decided to pursue this venture, I thought I'd dedicate the final post to all of the little (edible) things that made Denmark... well, Denmark, for me.
A little tea and coffee cake break in Holbæk.
Baked sesame bun, by Maibritt.
Simple yet perfect rice and carrots, by Maibritt.
Sliced cucumbers and tomatoes.
Dinner outside just before sunset.
Honey toast and Danish cream (for tea and baking).
We had tea every morning and every afternoon. My ideal ritual.
Really and truly, the best honey I've ever tried. I'm so glad I brought some home with me.
A few week-end thoughts:
1. In none of my posts did I mention rødgrød med fløde. This was a fruit pudding we ate multiple evenings but the lighting was always so bad that my photos came out like this, at best. We made it from gooseberries.
2. Speaking of which, it sounds like I wasn't the only one who thought gooseberries were mystery fruit!
3. I'm not done with my Denmark posts yet, but, I know I wouldn't have been able to experience any of these amazing foods without even-more-amazing host parents.
4. A special thanks to Pugly Pixel for the free downloads to make my banners this week. Your website is a creativity gold mind.