Monthly Archives: May 2015

To Market, To Market

An endearing feature to my stay in San Francisco was undoubtedly the concept of “Farm to Table” everywhere in the city. The concept of providing fresh organic vegetables and fruits, plucked from the ground, bush and tree to San Francisco’s restaurants and markets is not new. Since the 1970’s, local farmers in the Sacramento River Delta […]
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Join The Queue

On a chilly, grey Monday morning in the district of the Mission in central San Francisco, the queue on Guerrero Str. outside Tartine Bakery & Cafè was impressive.  The café was filled to the rafters, customers standing shoulder to shoulder maneuvering their lattes and croissants from hip to mouth Californian style. The queues outside of Tartine […]
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A Taste of Summer

We are rapidly approaching the season of discontent. My colleague, Laila, fervently proclaims that the ice cream from her local parlor, Ismageriet in Copenhagen, has no equal anywhere. I have equally defended the bragging rights of Cream O’ Galloway’s delicious sticky toffee ice cream. In recent years, Copenhagen has seen a healthy growth in high […]
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Christianshavn: A Table For One

My colleague, Thomas, commutes to Copenhagen once a week from his home-base in Jutland, joining us at our office in the capital for 2 days providing him with a weekly challenge, “where do I eat tonight?”. Thomas has already found the perfect lodgings, Sankt Annæ Bed & Breakfast, perfectly tucked in Christianshavn’s historical heart, Copenhagen’s oldest, […]
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