ple to make and sumptuous to look at. In Scandinavian culture, eating well is all about ‘lagom’ or balance— everything in moderation. Try the tempting breakfast ideas such as Blueberry Porridge. Sharing plates such as Smoked Mackerel Rillettes with Rye Crisps are ideal for grazing, while satisfying larger plates include Herbed Pork Tenderloin with Hasselback Potatoes or Danish Plaice with Remoulade. The all-important cake and fika recipes include a Midsummer Strawberry Cake and Skinny Lemon Muffins. A classic Sourdough Rye Loaf and Seeded Crispbread with Dried Nettles are on offer in the breads chapter, and tempting desserts include a Swedish Mess with Cloudberries, plus there are some refreshing summer drinks to sip, such as a traditional aquavit cocktail. Also included are Brontë’s fascinating insights into Scandinavian summer traditions and celebrations.
Brontë Aurell is a Danish cook, author, entrepreneur, and restaurateur. Together with her Swedish husband Jonas, she runs the ScandiKitchen Café, grocery shop, online store and wholesale business. Brontë has been published widely in the national press and has also made a number of radio and television appearances. She lives in London with Jonas and their two young daughters.
Size: 7.5" x 9.3", 175 pages. Hardcover.