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Recipe Ginger snaps

ingredients (80-100 ginger snaps)
450ml light sugar-beet syrup (or inverted sugar syrup)
300g salted butter (room temperature)
430g organic caster sugar
1 egg
2 tbsp whole cloves
6 cinnamon sticks
4 tbsp dried ginger pieces
4 tbsp cardamom seeds
2 tbsp fennel seeds
1 tbsp Andaliman or Sichuan pepper
1 tsp of sea salt
750g whole grain heritage wheat flour

First, source whole, high-quality spices. It really makes a difference. Lightly toast the spices in a saucepan on medium heat. Grind in a blender until they are fine. Bring the syrup to a boil and let cool a bit. Stir in the sugar, spices, salt, butter and egg.

Add 650g of the flour and work it into a dough. Remember: all flours are different. Depending on characteristics, you might have to increase or reduce the amount. Let the dough rest in a cool place until the next day.

Roll the dough thinly into oblong shapes and bake on greaseproof paper in a 180-200°C oven for approximately 8 minutes. Let cool.

Top the ginger snaps with blue cheese and soft dates. Sprinkle some crushed fennel on top and then a drop or two of ARKET olive oil.  


Recipe Pan-fried kale with sesame and white miso

ingredients (4 servings)
500g kale, picked from stems
2 yellow onions
50g white sesame seeds, toasted
50g white miso
2 tbsp Japanese rice vinegar
50ml Japanese soy sauce
10g Dijon mustard
2 egg yolks
300ml rapeseed oil
1 red chilli
1 tsp Sichuan or Andaliman pepper

Pick kale from stems. Season 1/5th gently with 1 tbsp of oil, salt and pepper. Dry in 120C oven for 20 min, or until crispy. Cool. 

Toast sesame seeds in a dry pan over medium heat. Make a mayonnaise with egg yolks and mustard in the bottom of a blender at medium speed; slowly add oil to emulsify. When thick, mix in vinegar, miso, soy and half the sesame seeds until smooth. Season with pepper. 

Blanch the rest of the kale in a large pot of boiling water for 4 minutes, then rinse cold. Fry thinly sliced onions until golden brown in a small amount of oil in a large pan on high heat. Add blanched kale and fry until it colours. 

Serve on a large plate and drizzle with the sesame mayonnaise dressing. Garnish with  thinly sliced chilli, crunchy kale and crushed sesame seeds.


Recipe Whole baked celeriac with lemon and tarragon

ingredients (4-6 servings)
1 whole celeriac
4 carrots
4 shallots
6 garlic cloves, peeled
1 dl sour cream
200g butter
1 bundle of tarragon
4 curly parsley sprigs, washed, picked, spun dry
2 lemons (zest of 1/2, juice of 2)
sea salt and black pepper

Preheat oven to 175C. Wash and scrub vegetables carefully. Cut carrots into large pieces; peel and halve shallots. Pick tarragon leaves off stems, chop parsley. Place all vegetables and tarragon stems in an iron pot; add 50g butter and season with salt and pepper. 

Bake covered for about 3 hours or until celeriac is soft. Whisk remaining butter until airy and add sour cream; season with lemon juice, salt and pepper. 

Serve all vegetables on a tray or platter around quartered celeriac broken up like a baked potato. 

Top with some of the sour cream butter and sprinkle with parsley and tarragon leaves. Finish with freshly ground pepper and lemon zest.

Recipe Meringue and nectarine cake

ingredients (8 servings)
10 nectarines
100g salted butter in cm cubes
200g sugar
2 pre-made meringue bottoms
200g left-over sponge cake or similar, broken into 2 cm cubes
5 dl heavy cream
2.5 dl apple juice
1 vanilla pod
100g roasted and salted Valencia almonds
1 teaspoon sea salt 

Stone and halve nectarines. Fry cut side down in a little butter in a deep frying pan over medium heat until soft. Remove from pan. Add sugar to the pan to make butter caramel. When it starts to caramelize add the rest of the butter piece by piece and whisk. Then drizzle in 1 dl of the heavy cream. (Be careful! It will bubble and splatter.)

Split the vanilla pod, scrape seeds into caramel and cook for about a minute. When the caramel has cooled down a bit, add nectarine pieces, cut into quarters. Whisk remaining heavy cream. Soak cake cubes in apple juice. Chop almonds roughly. 

It’s assembly time! Place some cake pieces on top of a meringue bottom, then a little whipped cream and half the nectarines. Add the other meringue and repeat. 

Sprinkle with chopped nuts and drizzle caramel sauce on top.

Recipe Amandine potatoes with aged cheese and sour cream 

ingredients (4 servings)
600g Amandine potatoes
2 dl sour cream
100g butter
100g aged cheese like parmesan or alp sprinz
4 curly parsley twigs
1 silver onion
sea salt and black pepper 

Gently boil potatoes with skins on until soft. Heat the butter in a pot on medium until golden brown. Pour butter into another dry small, clean pot so it stops cooking. Finely chop onion. Rinse, pick and spin-dry the parsley, then chop it roughly. 

Spoon sour cream onto the plate. Split the warm potatoes – or leave whole, depending on size – and place on top. 

Sprinkle chopped onion and parsley over them. Finish off with grated aged cheese and a good amount of browned butter, some salt flakes and freshly ground pepper. 


Recipe Apple crumble pie

ingredients (10 servings)
8 large apples
300g cold salted butter, cubed Knob of butter for greasing
200g spelt flour
200g oats
250g unrefined sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
5g sea salt
10g baking powder

Preheat oven to 220C. Cut apples into wedges

Fry them gently in a little butter until light golden brown. Then toss together with 50g of the sugar and half the cinnamon and let cool. 

Mix all other ingredients except oats in a big bowl. When almost no lumps of butter are left, fold in the oats. Make sure not to break the flakes too much. Place apple mixture in an ovenproof baking dish and sprinkle the crumble mixture on top. 

Bake in the middle of the oven for 15-20 minutes until the crumble is golden brown. Serve with whipped cream, vanilla sauce or ice cream.

Recipe Yoghurt with citrus, almonds and olive oil

ingredients (4 servings)
400g thick Greek-style yoghurt
50g roasted and salted Valencia almonds
1 grapefruit
1 blood grapefruit
1 blood orange
1 orange
4 tablespoons olive oil
1/2 teaspoon toasted fennel seeds
sea salt flakes 

Peel the fruit with a knife and cut out the segments. (If you don’t find these particular citrus fruits, use your own favourites.)

Chop the almonds roughly with a knife. Grind the fennel seeds in a mortar or chop finely with a knife. 

Put the yoghurt in a bodega glass and place the mixed fruit on top. Add the chopped almonds and a tablespoon of olive oil. 

Finish off with crushed fennel seeds and salt flakes. 

Recipe Rye sandwich with mushrooms

Ingredients (4 servings)
4 thin slices of Danish whole-grain rye bread
200g fresh goat cheese
200g mixed forest mushrooms
1 yellow onion1 clove garlic
4 curly parsley sprigs
8 radishes
50g butter
2 tablespoons olive oil
sea salt and black pepper

Clean mushrooms carefully. Peel and thinly slice the onion. Rinse, pick and spin-dry the parsley, then chop it roughly. Rinse radishes and cut in half, leaving the tops on. Butter the bread slices. 

Put the rest of the butter and the olive oil in a medium-heat pan. Then add the mushrooms and fry until golden brown, adding the finely grated garlic at the end, and season with salt and black pepper. 

Put the goat cheese on the bread and top with the mushrooms. Garnish with radishes and parsley.

Drizzle the sandwich with a good-quality olive oil to finish off.


recipe Whole baked celeriac with lemon and tarragon