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Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann's Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas

Christmas came early for me this year, with Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas to celebrate the launch of her book of the same name at Food at 52 in London.

Trine Hahnemann's Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas

The food was wonderful. Lightly cured cod with slow baked celeriac started us off. The main course was a terrific roast pork (with lots of crackling), caramel potatoes (new to me but I am hooked) and lots of gravy. Red cabbage and a lovely kale and pomegranate salad were served on the side.

Trine Hahnemann's Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann's Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas – her Mum’s homemade crabapple and redcurrant jellies

Trine Hahnemann's Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann's Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann's Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas

Dessert was rice pudding but not as we know it, lovely crunchy rice bathed in lots of whipped cream with cherries served on top. Fabulous.

All of the recipes are in Trine’s new book, Scandinavian Christmas. It is absolutely gorgeous, and I think we will be cooking from it for our Christmas dinner this year. If you are new to Trine’s work, I heartily recommend her two previous books The Scandinavian Cookbook and The Nordic Diet. Trine is an inspired and creative cook, and her books are full of deliciousness.

Trine Hahnemann's Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann's Scandinavian Christmas

Trine Hahnemann’s Scandinavian Christmas

Next February I will be travelling to Denmark to do a pop up with Trine – more details soon.

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    • Hi Andrea, we have had to postpone the pop up as we are both too busy but we are definitely still doing it :)

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