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  1. #1
    Cindy Fuller Guest

    Default Danish cookbook

    An acquaintance of mine just published a book, Danish Food & Cooking. I
    managed to get it through Amazon, since it's not generally available in
    bookstores. The recipes look good. The SO has started lobbying for me
    to make the Danish pastry recipe in the book. I started out testing
    simple first, by making [DON'T READ FURTHER, BARB!] pickled beets. They
    were quite tasty. I'm not getting anything out of this plug, but the
    book is worth a look if you find it.

    Cindy

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    C.J. Fuller

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    Lin Guest

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    Cindy Fuller wrote:

    > An acquaintance of mine just published a book, Danish Food & Cooking. I
    > managed to get it through Amazon, since it's not generally available in
    > bookstores. The recipes look good. The SO has started lobbying for me
    > to make the Danish pastry recipe in the book. I started out testing
    > simple first, by making [DON'T READ FURTHER, BARB!] pickled beets. They
    > were quite tasty. I'm not getting anything out of this plug, but the
    > book is worth a look if you find it.


    That sounds quite good, actually. We'll check it out!

    --Lin (love beets!)

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    Kris Guest

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    On Mar 20, 12:19*am, Cindy Fuller <cjfullerSPAMOR...@mindspring.com>
    wrote:
    > An acquaintance of mine just published a book, Danish Food & Cooking. *I
    > managed to get it through Amazon, since it's not generally available in
    > bookstores. *The recipes look good. *The SO has started lobbying for me
    > to make the Danish pastry recipe in the book. *I started out testing
    > simple first, by making [DON'T READ FURTHER, BARB!] pickled beets. *They
    > were quite tasty. *I'm not getting anything out of this plug, but the
    > book is worth a look if you find it.
    >
    > Cindy
    >
    > --
    > C.J. Fuller
    >
    > Delete the obvious to email me


    As a half-Swede, Danish cooking sounds good to me! (And I LOVE pickled
    beets!)

    Does it have the recipe for those round donuts called (I'm going to
    slaughter this) Obeskivers?

    Kris

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    Melba's Jammin' Guest

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    In article
    <[email protected]s.net>
    ,
    Cindy Fuller <[email protected]> wrote:

    > An acquaintance of mine just published a book, Danish Food & Cooking. I
    > managed to get it through Amazon, since it's not generally available in
    > bookstores. The recipes look good. The SO has started lobbying for me
    > to make the Danish pastry recipe in the book. I started out testing
    > simple first, by making [DON'T READ FURTHER, BARB!] pickled beets. They
    > were quite tasty. I'm not getting anything out of this plug, but the
    > book is worth a look if you find it.
    >
    > Cindy


    <Barb slides into research mode> Are they for canning? Would you share
    the recipe here? I'm always looking for a recommendation for pickled
    boiled dirt chunks as a state fair possibility. I don't eat them but
    I'd like to see the recipe and the particulars. If you won't post it
    here, would you email it to me, please? Put a dot between my first and
    last names to avoid earthlink's spam filter.
    Thanks. <research mode off> Bleah! Gack!
    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller - pot pie
    "What you say about someone else says more
    about you than it does about the other person."

  5. #5
    Melba's Jammin' Guest

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    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    Kris <[email protected]> wrote:

    > On Mar 20, 12:19*am, Cindy Fuller <cjfullerSPAMOR...@mindspring.com>
    > wrote:
    > > to make the Danish pastry recipe in the book. *I started out testing
    > > simple first, by making [DON'T READ FURTHER, BARB!] pickled beets. *They
    > > were quite tasty. *I'm not getting anything out of this plug, but the
    > > book is worth a look if you find it.


    > As a half-Swede, Danish cooking sounds good to me! (And I LOVE pickled
    > beets!)
    >
    > Does it have the recipe for those round donuts called (I'm going to
    > slaughter this) Obeskivers?
    >
    > Kris


    Aebleskiver. You were close.
    --
    -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJ
    http://web.me.com/barbschaller - pot pie
    "What you say about someone else says more
    about you than it does about the other person."

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    Michel Boucher Guest

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    Kris <[email protected]> wrote in news:723dcca4-c3aa-4762-8112-
    [email protected]:

    > As a half-Swede, Danish cooking sounds good to me! (And I LOVE pickled
    > beets!)


    I am neither Swedish nor Danisah and I love pickled beets. They are common
    as a winter addition in French-Canadian cuisine. Northern European, I
    suspect, as we also have fricadelles in our repertoire of national dishes.
    Btw, I wouldn't go west of Montreal and expect a restaurant to serve that
    although I've heard there was one in Vancouver on Commercial.

    --

    Capitalism is the astounding belief that the most wickedest
    of men will do the most wickedest of things for the greatest
    good of everyone. - John Maynard Keynes

  7. #7
    George Shirley Guest

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    Melba's Jammin' wrote:
    > In article
    > <[email protected]s.net>
    > ,
    > Cindy Fuller <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> An acquaintance of mine just published a book, Danish Food & Cooking. I
    >> managed to get it through Amazon, since it's not generally available in
    >> bookstores. The recipes look good. The SO has started lobbying for me
    >> to make the Danish pastry recipe in the book. I started out testing
    >> simple first, by making [DON'T READ FURTHER, BARB!] pickled beets. They
    >> were quite tasty. I'm not getting anything out of this plug, but the
    >> book is worth a look if you find it.
    >>
    >> Cindy

    >
    > <Barb slides into research mode> Are they for canning? Would you share
    > the recipe here? I'm always looking for a recommendation for pickled
    > boiled dirt chunks as a state fair possibility. I don't eat them but
    > I'd like to see the recipe and the particulars. If you won't post it
    > here, would you email it to me, please? Put a dot between my first and
    > last names to avoid earthlink's spam filter.
    > Thanks. <research mode off> Bleah! Gack!


    Aw, Geez Barb, Miz Anne and I are having tuna salad on lettuce for lunch
    today with pickled dirt chunks on the side. Makes an excellent Lenten
    dish, particularly for those who need to be humbled a bit. <VBG>

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    Dave Smith Guest

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    Kris wrote:
    > On Mar 20, 12:19 am, Cindy Fuller <cjfullerSPAMOR...@mindspring.com>
    > wrote:
    >> An acquaintance of mine just published a book, Danish Food & Cooking. I
    >> managed to get it through Amazon, since it's not generally available in
    >> bookstores. The recipes look good. The SO has started lobbying for me
    >> to make the Danish pastry recipe in the book. I started out testing
    >> simple first, by making [DON'T READ FURTHER, BARB!] pickled beets. They
    >> were quite tasty. I'm not getting anything out of this plug, but the
    >> book is worth a look if you find it.
    >>
    >> Cindy
    >>
    >> --
    >> C.J. Fuller
    >>
    >> Delete the obvious to email me

    >
    > As a half-Swede, Danish cooking sounds good to me! (And I LOVE pickled
    > beets!)
    >
    > Does it have the recipe for those round donuts called (I'm going to
    > slaughter this) Obeskivers?
    >


    Danish cooking is good. The first time I went there I read a number of
    travel books that indicated that Danish cooking is rather bland, mostly
    meat and potatoes. I was delighted to discover that Danish food is very
    tasty. While it may not have a lot of fancy sauces and herbs, it seems
    to make the best of basic but high quality ingredients. Their pastries
    are exceptionally good. I also enjoyed lots of good food in Sweden last
    summer, and pastries every bit as good as the Danes.

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    Kris Guest

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    On Mar 20, 8:35*am, Melba's Jammin' <barbschal...@earthlink.net>
    wrote:
    > In article
    > <723dcca4-c3aa-4762-8112-4daafe7d9...@z9g2000yqi.googlegroups.com>,
    >
    > *Kris <shanno...@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > > On Mar 20, 12:19*am, Cindy Fuller <cjfullerSPAMOR...@mindspring.com>
    > > wrote:
    > > > to make the Danish pastry recipe in the book. *I started out testing
    > > > simple first, by making [DON'T READ FURTHER, BARB!] pickled beets. *They
    > > > were quite tasty. *I'm not getting anything out of this plug, but the
    > > > book is worth a look if you find it.

    > > As a half-Swede, Danish cooking sounds good to me! (And I LOVE pickled
    > > beets!)

    >
    > > Does it have the recipe for those round donuts called (I'm going to
    > > slaughter this) Obeskivers?

    >
    > > Kris

    >
    > Aebleskiver. * You were close.
    > --
    > -Barb, Mother Superior, HOSSSPoJhttp://web.me.com/barbschaller- pot pie
    > "What you say about someone else says more
    > about you than it does about the other person."


    Thanks!

  10. #10
    Cindy Fuller Guest

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    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    Kris <[email protected]> wrote:


    > As a half-Swede, Danish cooking sounds good to me! (And I LOVE pickled
    > beets!)
    >
    > Does it have the recipe for those round donuts called (I'm going to
    > slaughter this) Obeskivers?
    >
    > Kris


    Yes, Judith included a recipe for aebelskivers.

    Cindy

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    C.J. Fuller

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