When biking to Mielcke & Hurtigkarl it felt like we where going to a secret place hidden in a garden far away from the city’s roaring Friday mood. Inside it’s like a magical cave with beetles crawling on the walls, trees and leaves everywhere and swarms of butterflies hiding in the corners.  “It is a curious and stylish cabaret of …

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This Tuesday Danish power lady Trine Hahnemann published her 15th cookbook. The book is an ode to the area and cuisine of Peralta in the northern part of Tuscany. Unfortunately I’ve never been there, but reading Trine Hahnemanns book made me long for olive oil, pasta, lazy afternoons and Aperol Spritz in the afternoon sun. I have to admit that …

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One of my top blog-hits is the lazy dough recipe (lazy because you never have to touch it with your hands and it basically does the job for you, while you sleep) or as I call it: Slow rise bread as my aunt does it. I’m often asked about how soft the dough should actually be. Therefore I’ve made this short slowmotion video of the dough just before I poured it into a baking pan. As you can see the lazy dough is very soft, filled with small air bubbles and has a very sour odeur – Well, the latter you of course can’t see, but I’m sure you can imagine. Ready, set, bake!

Psst! This recipe can be used for almost every kind of bread and bun you can think of. It’s simply a brilliant lazy dough:)

Hi guys, Jamie here. I urgently need your help to make a real difference. We’re currently facing a global obesity epidemic, with 42 million children under the age of five either overweight or obese across the world. The bottom line is the next generation will live shorter lives than their parents if nothing is done to rectify these alarming stats. So I’m asking that you do two …

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