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Preparing an Indian themed staff meal.

Dining at Noma is already an unforgettable experience on its own and one that relatively few people on earth have access to for various economic, geographical and logistical reasons. I know that it is ridiculous and indulgent that I have been twice in the past four months (and that I am already planning two more (more…)

Back in August I visited Copenhagen for the first time. The occasion for this long-overdue trip was the first annual MAD Food Camp, a symposium for chefs, farmers and foragers organized by René Redzepi and the crew at Noma. I went to cover the event for the NYT and stuck (more…)

It’s no secret that Copenhagen is one of the world’s best dining cities at the moment. Still, I wasn’t prepared for such a mesmerizing enogastronomic landscape. In fact, I’m still reeling and yesterday began plotting a December return. It’s difficult to sum up the city’s food culture after only a week there, but the dominant characteristics (more…)

My journey to Noma began three months ago while on holiday in Northern Cyprus. I was on the island attending the wedding of some friends and knew if I wanted to eat at Noma in early September, I would have to book online 3 months in advance. I would also need a whole lot of luck. (more…)

It didn’t take long for me to become utterly obsessed with Ved Stranden 10, a wine bar in Copenhagen that goes by the name of its address. I went there on Tuesday evening to meet local food blogger Trine Lai of Very Good Food and have been back every night since. The specialty is (more…)