Northern Europe’s largest, and probably most popular, food festival, Copenhagen Cooking, turned the Danish capital upside down for ten days of culinary delights in August 2013.
The traditional Danish lunch restaurant, Restaurant Kronborg, chipped in with a “twisted lunch platter” inspired by the beautiful, if at times elusive, Nordic summer.
I collaborated with Restaurant Kronborg’s head chef, Jimmi Bengtsson, about writing the recipes for the twisted traditional Danish lunch dishes for foodie website, Gastro.dk.
More about Danish food and lunch
Read the recipes at Gastro.dk (in Danish) or at Restaurant Kronborg’s blog (in English).
Or visit Restaurant Kronborg for a delicious lunch with the traditional Danish open sandwiches.
Photo by up-coming, super-talented and over-all nice guy, food photographer Chris Tonnesen.