When it comes to living a healthy life, it seems there is plenty we can learn from the Scandinavians. The UN’s World Happiness Report, in fact, now ranks Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden at the top of their happiness list.
And for good reason. If we aren’t coveting their minimalist interiors or enviable work-life balance, we are trying desperately to absorb their superior understanding of how to keep their skin looking great in wintry weather.
And now, there’s yet another arena in which this overachieving corner of the globe excel: the kitchen.
Nordic by Nature, published by Gestalten, encapsulates the work of over 30 of the most original Danish chefs, who each share their distinctive recipes and provide insights into the uniqueness of the contemporary Northern cuisine.
Across the book’s 304 exquisitely printed pages, readers can glean the experience of chefs including Nicolai Nørregaard, Claus Meyer, Rasmus Munk and Kamilla Seidler.
Their stories will take you on a journey through their creative realms by revealing the secrets of their own kitchens, whilst providing more than 70 innovative — and at times very unusual — recipes.
Far more than your regular cookery book, Nordic by Nature has been visualised through vibrant imagery of the kitchens, forests, or castle gardens where inspiration is drawn, created and consumed.
Nordic by Nature invites you to immerse your senses in the intriguing world of Danish gastronomy by celebrating this contemporary culinary culture: a movement characterised by personal stories and ideologies, foraging trips, and geographical and seasonal limitations and possibilities.
Nordic By Nature