Scandinavian Christmas (Anglais) Relié – 15 octobre 2013
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'Her use of textures and super fresh ingredients is inspiring' for The Nordic diet --Sainsbury's magazine
'In this groundbreaking book, Trina Hahnemann, doyenne of Scandinavian cooking, provides a succinct guide to the Nordic Diet, its elements, ingredients and basic philosophy and how to use it to lose weight' --The Guardian Bookshop - for Nordic Diet
'Trine Hahnemann, described as Denmark's answer to Delia Smith, has written this beautiful book about Christmas Scandinavian style. Hygge, the Danish word for cosiness, is all about snuggling up inside with candles and this book is full of rosy comfort food, cakes and sweets.' --Fork, December 25th 2012
'Danish cookery writer Trine Hahnemann's menu for a cosy Christmas Eve is simple but sensational, bringing a spectrum of subtle colours and bold flavours to the table.' --Delicious, January 2013 --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .
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In this beautifully packaged book, Trine Hahnemann provides a cornucopia of 70 Christmas recipes so we can all celebrate Christmas the Scandinavian way!
This cookbook embodies hygge, the Danish word for cosiness, the idea of being inside with friends and great comfort food for the cold, dark Christmas period. Brunches, tea parties, lunches, dinners and cocktails are celebrated with a mixture of traditional goodies and delicious modern recipes. Gingerbread houses and jars of decorated Christmas cookies make perfect presents. Duck and pork rule on Christmas Eve, fish, ham and seasonal vegetables on Christmas Day. With a section entirely on baking, sweets, biscuits, puddings, Christmas cakes and other treats abound all washed down with glogg traditional mulled red wine. Watch Trine make her recipe for caramel potatoes in the video above. The video is provided by Telegraph TV © Telegraph TV --Ce texte fait référence à l'édition Relié .
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From the appetizers to the beverages to the main courses and desserts, we found recipes that worked for us easily with ingredients found at the local market (actually all from my purveyors), the only issue we had was with the lingonberry sauce.....we needed large quantities of it because it's so good! The recipes are written in the European style, with measurements in grams (use a scale, they're pretty inexpensive to get now-days) and there's talk of castor sugar (granulated sugar), beetroot (beets), gravalax (cured salmon) and pickled herring. The use of specialized ingredients shouldn't scare you because you either have them in your cupboard or see them every day at the market - juniper berries, kale, celeriac, rye bread/crackers, fresh horseradish, Jerusalem artichokes - hey, really, these sound like ingredients for a super healthy diet! The author didn't go overboard on cream and butter - they are used with discretion.
Some of our favorites so far have been the Salted cod and kale pesto on celeriac bruschetta (you'll find this an elegant appetizer), mini root vegetable cakes with horseradish cream (another yummy appetizer), apple sauce with crispy pork belly (you'll gobble this down!), turnip and bacon gratin (heaven in a baking dish!), roast pork with spices and crisp crackling.....especially good with the caramel potatoes, and then there's the spiced quince ham....and I haven't even started to name the desserts yet. Hungry?
Really this book is a treasure trove of Christmas ideas. The pictures are gorgeous, the home-y family feeling is to die for and for a homesick Swede, the recipes in this book were a fabulous Christmas present. The author did a superb job and you will do no less than a great job cooking up anything from this book.
This is a lovely, obvious gift for just about any foodie in your life - especially if you live in Minnesota or are of Scandinavian heritage :)
The recipes are certainly not your usual British type festive fare and whilst the idea of all the men in the street getting out to roast ducks on the BBQ on Christmas Eve is novel, one feels it is unlikely to catch on. However, there are some such as Lingonberry Gin Fizz which really could as they sound delicious.
The recipes themselves are well set out with clear instructions as to what ingredients are required and how to prepare them. However, some indication of the expected time of preparation would be helpful for the busy Christmas cook! The book is beautifully illustrated not only with pictures of the completed dish, but also with inset pictures of Christmas decorations and other Xmas paraphernalia. Just looking through the book puts you in the Christmas mood.
The other really nice aspect of the book is the little quotes and asides from the author which makes the recipes come alive. eg 'after a brisk morning walk in the snow, these pancakes are the perfect comfort food'.
If you want to impress your family and friends with something a bit different from your Christmas kitchen, then this could just be the book for you. Alternatively it will make a very nice present.