Monthly Archives: January 2011

“Home”ward Bound?

As of today, we are leaving Copenhagen.  We’re ready, but we’re not – ready – to go home.  I’d love to stage some more, but our 3 months of being in the Schengen area (EU minus UK, Ireland, Romania, Bulgaria, … Continue reading

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Geranium Restaurant

I don’t think I could have picked a better progression of stages, if I do say so myself. In de Wulf, now that I look back at it, had a very refined way of doing inherently rustic food, with an … Continue reading

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Karen’s European stages summarized

There comes a time in your life when what you’re seeing, experiencing and feeling are not all that comfortable at all.  As a reflection of these past three months of staging at In de Wulf, Kiin Kiin, Relæ and Meyers … Continue reading

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Aamanns Etablissementet

So Karen and I have been saving up pretty well so we can eat a few of the places around here. The past couple weeks, we’ve ventured out to nearby European towns to eat at places like Bastard (yes, that’s … Continue reading

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Best Copenhagen bakeries

There are bakeries everywhere, which I am happily enjoying trying anything and everything they have to offer.  We try not to get the same thing every time, but you can’t help but fall back on your favorites.  A bakery is … Continue reading

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2010, our year in food

2010 for us, was a great year. We’ve worked our tails off, enjoyed a lot of relaxation, eaten a lot of food, and we definitely did a hell of a lot of travelling. We started it off in Napa and … Continue reading

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