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An old wooden scoop filled with salted almonds

Salted Almonds – a wonderful and easy snack

If I need a quick and easy snack for an event or for friends coming over, salted almonds is my go to recipe. They don’t require much effort and everyone loves them. The recipe scales well and the almonds are crisp and salty and perfect!

Today I made salted almonds while eating breakfast. The almonds are to be served with the samples of wine we serve at the medieval marked in Viborg this weekend – a reenactor event. This year I want to try to make it over the campfire when I run out – which I will. It should be easy to do.

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Glass of ginger beer with lemon slice

Home-brewed ginger beer

Real home-brewed ginger beer has a kick to it. With it’s strong, but not overpowering, taste of ginger my ginger beer is perfect in a dark’n’stormy or to drink on it’s own as sodapop for adults.

I have now made it several times and are ready to share my recipe. Some of you might have read my tales of ginger beer. The big lesson learned from my first tries was – use plastic bottles – really do!

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Quince Butter

Quince butter is a soft, delicious and piquant jam-like preserve, that works wonders with bread or paired with cheese. It is a bit of a job to make, but it is so fantastic that I am planing to do it again this year. It does take quite a bit of work, but it is worth it!

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apple fritters and a dish of fresh fruit

Apple fritters

In the renaissance in Denmark fritters of different kinds were all the rage. One of the ones that have transformed and is still a traditional dish in Denmark is the apple fritters “æbleskiver” – not that there is apples in the modern ones. This is a much more traditional apple fritter – with apples inside. They are super tasty and you might want to just eat all of them.

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