Bog tur in Storbritanien og Forenede Stater - Oktober 2018
Wednesday Oct 10 | Sardine - La Grande Bouffe with Trine Hahnemann 6pm
Friday Oct 12 | Toppings Bath - Copenhagen Bookshop Supper 7.30pm
Saturday Oct 13 | Bertinent Kitchen - Copenhagen Cooking 10am
New York City
Thursday Oct 18 | Archestratus Books & Foods, Brooklyn 7pm
Monday Oct 22 | Book Signing at Ingebretsen’s 1601 E. Lake Street, 1pm
Monday Oct 22 | Norway House with Ingebretsen's 911 E. Franklin Avenue, 6.30pm
Tuesday Oct 23 | McNally Robinson, 7.30 pm
Thursday Oct 25 | Book Larder 4252 Fremont Ave N 6.30pm
Saturday Oct 27 | River Oaks Bookstore 1 pm
"When you have lived in the centre of a city on and off for nearly 50 years, as I have, the space and the buildings change and the people move around, some move in, others move out. But the city remains, with its soul and identity intact."
Over the past few years, gastronomes have started to realise what an exciting, dynamic and cosmopolitan city Copenhagen is, with a jewel to discover around nearly every corner. This is another love letter from Trine to the city she has called home fore almost 50 years now.
In Copenhagen Food, Trine invites you to discover the food culture of her home town, which is woven into the fabric of her daily life. Exploring the many districts, each with their own unique secrets and characters, Trine introduces you to all her favourite spots to eat, drink and enjoy time with friends.
Along the way Trine offers 70 recipes for some of her most beloved dishes so you can bring Copenhagen home to your kitchen and table as well. Re-create the Chicken liver pâté with aquavit that Trine made for the late Prince Consort Henrik, or the Mazarin cakes she would buy from the corner shop as a child.
From the summer parties and food markets to the world-famous restaurants, this book might have you fall in love with the Danish capital before even touching ground.
Published in the US, Canada, Australia, UK and Europe by Quadrille on October 4.