Nordic by Nature

Nordic by Nature

"The Scandinavian food movement prides itself in its use of local ingredients, beautiful presentation, and regard for nature and sustainability. Far more than just a cookbook, this volume includes the innovative recipes of chefs coupled with their own personal interpretations of contemporary Danish kitchen. This has been visualised through vibrant imagery of the kitchens, forests, or castle gardens where inspiration is drawn, created and consumed. Nordic by Nature invites you to immerse your senses in the intriguing world of Danish gastronomy by celebrating this contemporary culinary culture: a movement characterised by personal stories and ideologies, foraging trips, and geographical and seasonal limitations and possibilities." -- Provided by publisher.

Publisher Die Gestalten Verlag-DGV
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ISBN 9783899559477
Pages 304 pages
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