Friday, June 20, 2014

Post number 400, WOO HOO!!!!!

WOW is all I can say.

 I cannot believe that this is my 400th post.  I didn't think I had that much to say about food.
Nah, that's not true, I have a lot I can say about food and cooking and life in general, and most of it is good.

I like to cook, feed people and just enjoy most of the process.   Cleaning up afterwards, well...  I wish sometimes I had a kitchen genie who would follow along behind me,cleaning up.

 I wanted to say something momentous at this point but the only thing I can think of to say is this.

Thank you for reading along with me, I hope you've enjoyed the recipes, and maybe even tried one or two of them along the way.   

As you may know, (if you've read this blog at all), I am Danish and proud of it.   I may not cook a lot of Danish dishes, but when I do, I like share them with you.
I love my Smorrebrod, and have shared a couple of posts with you on that, and there is more to come, I promise.   As well as some other Danish recipes, such as Forloren Hare.   Gotta wait for that one til it's cooler outside, and I can use my oven again.

And then there is the Mexican food I love, and recreate and eat on a regular basis...  As I type this I've got some Chile Verde heating up for dinner and I will of course make some home made tortillas to go with it.  Well, they're home made in the sense I make them at home, but honestly, I use a mix.  I've tried making them from scratch, but my DH prefers the ones from the mix. This mix Quaker Harina Preparada Para Tortillas, to be exact.  

I can't do this without mentioning the Secret Recipe Club, I got to join them just over a year ago, and I've been having so much fun exploring other food bloggers blogs.  Cause, quite frankly, I don't get around to reading other blogs that often.  So once a month I get assigned a blog, and am tasked to make a recipe from it and post it.   There have been a couple of recipes I've made time and time again, the No-Knead Bread
being one of them. I found I had to cease and desist making the bread for a couple of weeks however, the scale betrayed me.  But thanks to that recipe, I also figured out how to make my beloved rye bread,
the easy way.   And it tastes authentic.  Yeah me!!!

I hope you've had fun reading about our gatherings, I host a Tapas Night once a month, and have so much fun trying out new recipes, on my friends.  And of course there's Boat Club, once a month even though it is on hiatus for the summer. 

Well, gee, if you can't experiment on friends, who can you experiment on? 

Well, gotta go and finish getting ready for Tapas, I've got an idea on what I can do with some Pork Riblets I bought, now to see if it works.

Thanks so much for reading along, and if you feel inclined to comment, please do so. 

Sidsel Munkholm - Author
Sidsel Munkholm - Author

Sid loves to cook, feed people and have fun in the kitchen. She shares her successes and the involuntary offerings she sometimes gives the kitchen goddess as well. And she's still looking for the mythical fairy to help her clean the kitchen after a marathon cooking session. Currently working on a cookbook showcasing the recipes from her Danish heritage.


  1. Congratulations. And thanks for beng such a great supporter of Food on friday! Cheers from Carole's Chatter

  2. And thanks for invitation. I have had a lot of fun participating.


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