Oreo Cake Pops

  Last week I was asked to make a recipe and take pictures for a Danish magazine called Keiki (www.keiki.dk). My assignment was to make a festive dessert item that children could help… Continue reading

Marzipan Cake Pops

  This morning my parents sent me some love all the way from Denmark. I got a Christmas card, some Anthon Berg marzipan (the best of the best), soft Danish Odense nougat, Daim… Continue reading

Egg Nog Æbleskiver with Spices

  Today is the very last day before the Christmas month begins. I can’t believe how fast this year has gone by! Over the last couple of days I have spent some time… Continue reading

Pepper Pulled Pork Sandwich with Balsamic Red Cabbage, Apple Slices and Cream Cheese

  It has been so long since I last took pictures of anything I cooked, and wrote posts on Fahrenbite! To my followers, sorry if you were waiting around for a new post.… Continue reading

Pineapple & Coconut Dream Cake from Brovst

  I know what you might be thinking. Coconuts and pineapple — is this supposed to be a Danish food blog!? Yes it is. You have not clicked on some tropical and exotic… Continue reading

Fig & Lemon Cordial

  My grandparents used to live on a farm. How I loved to go visit — not only because I loved spending time with them but also because there was always something fun… Continue reading

Fig & Maple Bacon Salad

  My husband and I love to dream — in fact, we do it all the time. Though we love where we live, and the lives we are living, there is something fun… Continue reading

A38/Filmjölk: Plain Drinkable Yogurt

In a previous post I mention the Danish plain and creamy yogurt, ymer (Ymerdrys: Rye Bread Topping). According to the manufacturer (Arla) it can’t be made at home. It is one of two plain… Continue reading

Mini Tarts with Peaches & Madeira Marinated Strawberries

These last couple of days my husband has been out of town on a business trip. I find that when that happens, I have so much time to kill! Ugh, it is not… Continue reading

Whole Wheat Ciabatta

  I had a conversation with a Danish friend yesterday. She was telling me that she has not made bread since moving to the States. You see, in Denmark they use quite a different kind of… Continue reading