Remoulade is a Danish type of tartar sauce. Usually the Danes eat it as a topping on their open-faced sandwiches (“smørrebrød”) or as a dip for their fried food. It is addictingly good when homemade. My friend Gro made the remoulade for last year’s Danish Christmas party and I immediately … Continue reading


Frikadeller (Danish meatballs) are one of the great traditional Danish foods, but they also exist in many other northern countries with different variations of pork, veal and beef. In Denmark they are traditionally served with boiled white potatoes, gravy, and cooked red cabbage, or as a topping on … Continue reading