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A friend of mine once said that cucumbers equals “green sticks of water”. Oh well – on this open Danish sandwich the green sticks of water were sliced, pickled and draped in wavy patterns on top of the rillette.
Whenever I buy one of these I always spend hours gazing at the wavy structures that repeat themselves in various sizes but always in the same intricate fibonacchi-pattern.
everything was painted brigt red. The walls. The ceilings. The floors. Even the inside of the toiletbowls. And this octopus (made of glass, slightly obscene) was waiting in an ocean of red by the zink…
The waves that the brain needs…
Check out this cool, wavy stove I stumpled upon when I visited some friends in an old, Danish summerhouse a few weeks ago. Easy to clean, too!
I love the “sipping-an-espresso-that-unfolds-like-a-lawn-in-your-mouth-sensation” of a shot of wheatgrass. Unfortunately I’ve never been able to find the healthy shot of green in Denmark…untill today when one of the new juicebars that are popping up like mushrooms in Copenhagen these days. The juice-and-smoothie-trend has finally hit Denmark with a 5-10 year-delay. And combined with the health-awareness [...]
Salt is the tasteÂ of sweat, tears and a day at the beach. SaltÂ broughtÂ us good health, it brought us bacalao, herring preservation, yummy longlasting breads and that never-sinking feeling of flying when one is bathing in places like the Dead Sea and Central Asia’s wonderous Issyk-Kul Lake. Due to scarce sunlight, in Northern EuropeÂ saltÂ is being extracted [...]
It only takes two cups of boiling waves to make a hiker’s feast:
…spirits are lifted, thoughts blur and everything tends to look somewhat wavy…