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When you make a salad at home, it has a tendency to end up as Iceberg salad with tomato, cucumber and onion. Fortunately, there are a lot of simple and very good French classics to be inspired by.
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The Grand Duke's salad is a bit of a love /hate thin. There are many who does not like beetroot and for those it is not a hit. For the rest of us it's a nice quick and easy salad.

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A simple salad that is especially good if you have a rest of cooked cold rice from the day before. A hit in my family.

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Nicoise is one of the great classics that you can still order at cafes and restaurants around the world. A real lunch salad that satiates very well. Nicoise is also an olive variety.

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A simple and filling salad that can be used both as a side dish and as a lunch in itself.

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Marble Cake is one of the classic variations of pound cake. It is in fact, the same recipe just with a little cocoa in it. This is a recipe for "half a marble cake" so to speak. Instead of 7 oz of each ingredient that you typically use for a cake in spring form, I use 3½ oz. It yields a small cake, so I also use a small spring form for it.

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These are harder to pronounce than to make. Probably the most simple pancake recipe in the world. You only need 2 ingredients, and there is no compromise on flavor. 15 minutes and you got a big stack of pancakes for breakfast.

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Garam Masala is a spice mix. Made up of a lot of regular spices mixed together. Actually it is Indian/Pakistani but it can easily be used in other cuisines as well. Many of the same spices are used in Arabic and Mexican cuisine as well. So it is a very practical thing to have in the cupboard as it goes well with a range from foods from Chicken Tikka Masala to tacos ans burritos.

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This is an even better version of potato chips. They fry better. They taste better. Just slightly acidic and mildly salted all the way through. It is basically the same recipe as regular potato chips. The only difference is that they are fermented before cooking. Basically like homemade saukraut is made

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There is no doubt that potato chips are easiest to just buy. But the uniformity of the factory made I find unattractive. So when it is gin-tonic Friday in the small home, it is time to bring out the homemade chips. And the homemade guacamole. And salsa fresca.

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Video Recipe - Foie gras terrine or as the French are saying "Terrine de foie gras" is a classic. It is just the fat liver of a duck or a goose where you add salt, pepper and a little alcohol. But the traditional method is difficult to do correctly, and too much of the fat melts of and is wasted.

So I find that this is the perfect recipe to make using sous vide. 

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Video recipe - Peanut-date-balls have a taste that is similar to snickers. But not as sweet. It is a really good recipe to make with the kids. It is easy and quick enough that they don't lose their interest along the way. And they love how it tastes.

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Video recipe - The recipes I have seen on how to poach an egg makes it all to complicated. It really is a very easy process. And one of the best ways to cook an egg.

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Recipe with video - Pecan nuts was not something I was used to growing up in Denmark. I only first tasted them when visiting Danish friends working in USA a little over 20 years ago. They made a pecan pie recipe they had gotten from their neighbors. And that mild walnut flavor tested just right for me. It is also one of the best nuts to caramelize.

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Recipe with video - A classic from the childhood of every Dane. You cannot walk the shopping streets in the winter without them being made everywhere. but they are easy to make yourself, and the usually taste better than the bought ones.

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Recipe with video - Easy to make. Few ingredients. No added sugar. The only mistake is that they don't last long once made. And it is not because they get old enough to turn bad.
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Isn't it enough to just bake potatoes once? well sure, if they just have to be tender, but if you also want them to taste great, rebaked potatoes just have a bit more oomph. You simply take a baked potato and bake it gratinated/au gratin. Which you can do close to when they have to be done. They can also be made a day in advance without loosing any flavor, so they are excellent for guests.
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You have probably also had that experience. When you think that you have bought a great cookbook, and you eagerly page through it. Only to find out that it contains only one single recipe you like, but which turns out to actually be a *really* great recipe. The cookbook with the recipe for onion soup is the perfect example of this for me :-) So now that I have written the recipe here on the site, I can finally get rid of that cookbook.
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A cold creamy sauce of fresh berries. A good side dish for ice cream, cakes and fruits. It is not cooked unlike a jam, so it retains its fresh taste.
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