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Vild Mad

Denmark has over the last half a decade become known for more than just simple architecture and The Little Mermaid. A group of food entrepreneurs, fighters and philanthropists have gattered many a time at a symposium small or large, with the result being a restaurant (NOMA), a festival and what not. 249 more words

Food

Two Takes on Passatelli

My ever-generous big sister, Andrea, sent me two cookbooks for my birthday. One was a simple and useful book on tacos and Mexican snacks; the other, a coffee table volume of the most complicated Italian cooking on earth called “Never Trust a Skinny Italian Chef.” 982 more words

Recipes

The Chronicles of Nordia - No Noma, A-ok

I came to a startling realization that if I do not get down to documenting the last vestiges of my memories of Scandinavia, I might never be able to remember anything about it again. 697 more words

Travel

What Are the DMV's Most 'Brooklyn' Neighborhoods?

WASHINGTON — Everyone knows Brooklyn, New York is the most hipstery hipster neighborhood out there.

But apparently, each and every state in the U.S. has its own little Brooklyn, marked by trendy restaurants, craft cocktail bars, concentration of cyclists and, probably a few waxed mustaches and suspenders. 245 more words

News

The Michelin Star Restaurant You Can Actually Afford -- really, like, once a week!

The Michelin star is a culinary and hospitality industry recognized rating system that has the power to transform a hotel or restaurant from obscurity to an international destination seemingly overnight. 217 more words

Travel