WIN: A copy of Cook Yourself Happy - The Danish Way by Caroline Fleming

The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 28th November 2017

COMPETITION NOW CLOSED 

The Staff Canteen have three copies of Cook Yourself Happy - The Danish Way by Caroline Fleming for members to win.

Add some hygge to your life and learn to cook Danish style with this beautifully illustrated cookbook containing over 100 delicious Danish recipes.

WIN: A copy of Cook Yourself Happy - The Danish Way by Caroline Fleming

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We have three copies of Cook Yourself Happy - The Danish Way by Caroline Fleming up for grabs.

To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is comment on this article 'I'm in it to win it'.

Only one entry per member, you must be a member to take part - if you are not a member sign up now!

You have until 4pm on Tuesday, December 5 to enter. All winners will be notified directly after a live draw which will take place on Facebook on December 6.

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The very best of Danish cuisine

Promoting the very best of Danish cuisine, this is a mouth-watering selection of authentic, traditional Danish recipes, which have been handed down through the generations.

This wealth of recipes covers every meal and occasion – whether a light lunch of Warm Smoked Salmon with Pickled Cucumber, the heartier national dish of Stegt Flaesk (fried pork belly) or Pheasant Ragout, a delightful dessert of Baked Apples with Marzipan and Raisins, the most traditional of Danish pastries, or a wonderful Hot Chocolate with Orange Syrup, Cook Yourself Happy is filled with enriching food that your friends and family will adore.

Jerusalem Artichoke Soup
Jerusalem Artichoke Soup

What is hygge?

The concept of ‘hygge’, which plays a big part in Danish cuisine, is embedded in this cookbook in recipes that will boost your sense of wellbeing both inside and out.

Food, family and Denmark are Caroline’s first loves, and this is echoed in the book with photographs of Caroline cooking at home, interspersed with gorgeous photographs of her family home in Denmark. 

Drawing on traditional age-old family recipes, this beautifully illustrated cookbook focuses on the most delicious and nourishing traditional Danish recipes that will boost your sense of wellbeing both inside and out.

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The  Staff Canteen

The Staff Canteen

Editor 28th November 2017

WIN: A copy of Cook Yourself Happy - The Danish Way by Caroline Fleming