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Eating Out in Solvang: Solvang Restaurant

As I mentioned in my overview of our trip to Solvang, the one thing I was determined to experience during the trip was aebleskiver. I knew they were like donuts (yum) and like pancakes (yum) and they seemed to generally be like fluffy goodness. 293 more words


A Surprise Soujourn to Solvang

The Boy outdid himself for my birthday this year, and amongst his gifts (remind me to tell you about the CHEESE subscription) was a mystery trip to which I was given two clues: 798 more words



Madagascar lies in the Indian Ocean off the southeast coast of Africa opposite Mozambique.  It is the fourth largest island in the world.
A stunning diversity of plant and animal species evolved after the island broke away from the African continent millions of years ago.  313 more words


Kitchen Talk

“Have you updated that story blog lately?” Linda asked.

“Nope,” I answered.

Then I started cooking aebleskiver, telling Linda about how my home church always has an aebleskiver meal around Christmas. 431 more words


The food highlight for me this Christmas was the Æbleskiver I learned to make at Birgitte Antonsen‘s Christmas In Denmark class. After assisting Birgitte in her 2014 class, I was sure I would make these fun holiday treats. 328 more words

Before Christmas - Typically Danish

I wouldn’t want you to think that I was one of those Christmas likers! On the contrary, I am more of a Bah Humbuger, but just for the hay of it, I’ve decided to let you all in on something… 457 more words


December 14

Æbleskiver, – “Slice of apples”. You might wonder where the apple is. It used to be inside, in the old days. Actually it was originally a slice of apple, with a little dough. 124 more words