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Christmas in Copenhagen

By Carolyn Eddie | Dec 5, 2018 | 10 Comments
Christmas in Copenhagen

Top Christmas things to do in Copenhagen It’s a busy time of year. I have just spent the evening baking another five dozen mince pies and making some Christmas cookies, but before I turn the lights out,  I just have to share my favourite things […]

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Easy Appetisers – Part Two

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 29, 2018 | 0 Comments
prunes in bacon (devils on horseback)

qppetisers

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Thanksgiving

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 20, 2018 | 3 Comments
Celebrate Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving 2018 Back ‘home’ in Connecticut this year! So excited to be doing all the usual stuff, coffee mornings, drinks, brunches, High School American Football and Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends. I am truly giving thanks to my dear friends Felicia and Marty who […]

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New Orleans White Chocolate Pain Perdue with Bourbon Caramel Sauce

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 11, 2018 | 3 Comments
White Chocolate Bread Pudding

Comfort food! I recently visited Noma, which was a phenomenal experience you can read about here. However, by the end of the meal I was craving some comfort food. The next day, I was trying to think about my favourite restaurant meal, and what kept […]

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Welcome Group Consulting

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

For my subscribers in Denmark!! 10% off Spouse Connect from Welcome Group Consulting My fabulous friend, Karey-Anne Duevang of Welcome Group Consulting, is offering a 10% discount to anyone who signs up for their new Spouse Connect courses launching on 12 November.  Use the code abfab10 […]

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Noma, probably the best restaurant in the world!

By Carolyn Eddie | Nov 9, 2018 | 14 Comments
Kitchen at Noma

Noma I remember reading an article, years ago, in the New York Times Sunday supplement, about this tiny restaurant on the outskirts of Copenhagen The restaurant was called Noma, from the Danish for Nordic (Nordisk) and food (mad) and had just been named  the World’s […]

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Walking Hadrian’s Wall

By Carolyn Eddie | Oct 27, 2018 | 25 Comments
The Crags by Kate Stoupas

Hadrian’s Wall Honestly? Walking Hadrian’s Wall was hard. Much harder than I thought it would be. But it was also a fabulous experience. Read on to find out why in this post with additional photos and collages by my, oh so talented friend, Kate Stoupas. […]

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Banff, Home Sweet Home!

By Carolyn Eddie | Sep 30, 2018 | 2 Comments
Banff Bridge

Having a few issues with my website…apologies if you have already received this post! Banff I love telling people I come from Banff. They get all excited and nod until I add that I come from the original Banff, the Banff in the Northeast of […]

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Pulled Pork with Homemade Coleslaw

By Carolyn Eddie | Sep 27, 2018 | 4 Comments
Pulled pork with Coleslaw on a Brioche Bun

Pulled Pork Revisited I am beginning to realize that what I call pulled pork might not meet the rigorous standards of barbecue aficionados.  But it works for me and is super easy. This recipe was offered by my wonderful neighbor, Mary McGee, although the original […]

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Plum Cake, the perfect breakfast food!

By Carolyn Eddie | Aug 15, 2018 | 1 Comment
Plum Cake

Plum Cake! I have been making a version of plum cake or Plum Torte ever since I found the reference to the famous New York Times recipe of 1983. The recipe for Plum Torte, written by Marian Burros, was printed in the cooking section of the Times every […]

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