07 April 2012


 kel_aebleskiver 2011

This delicate Danish treat that was once only served at Easter and Christmas is now prepared throughout the year. But, there are a few things you need to know and understand if this is your first venture with the delightful Danish dessert. This especially holds true for most Americans who somehow would rather describe a foreign food than learn how to pronounce its name. I’m not blasting Americans…heck, I have a strong footing on each shore myself.

04 April 2012

HOLIDAY... Easter Beer (Påske Bryg)

Check out some of the new beer labels for 2012 and
read all about the little history of this traditional springtime brew!

God Påske : Happy Easter


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