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Danish Recipes to Warm Your Heart
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Danish Recipes to Warm Your Heart
  • By Sara Rai
  • November 9, 2015, 08:00
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Ambassador Thomas Lehmann and spouse Jule Lehmann assemble Danish open sandwiches at the D PASS Danish Cooking Workshop held on Oct. 31 at the Daelim Museum in Seoul.
Ambassador Thomas Lehmann and spouse Jule Lehmann assemble Danish open sandwiches at the D PASS Danish Cooking Workshop held on Oct. 31 at the Daelim Museum in Seoul.

 

Danish Ambassador Thomas Lehmann welcomes the guests of the D PASS Danish Cooking Workshop held on Oct. 31 at the Daelim Museum in Seoul.
Danish Ambassador Thomas Lehmann welcomes the guests of the D PASS Danish Cooking Workshop held on Oct. 31 at the Daelim Museum in Seoul.

 

Danish Chef Niels Frederik Walther demonstrates how to make Danish open sandwiches at the D PASS Danish Cooking Workshop held on Oct. 31 at Daelim Museum in Seoul.
Danish Chef Niels Frederik Walther demonstrates how to make Danish open sandwiches at the D PASS Danish Cooking Workshop held on Oct. 31 at Daelim Museum in Seoul.

 

The Danish porcelain company Royal Copenhagen sponsored plates for the D PASS Danish Cooking Workshop held on Oct. 31 at the Daelim Museum in Seoul that showcased trendy Danish food, drinks and design.
The Danish porcelain company Royal Copenhagen sponsored plates for the D PASS Danish Cooking Workshop held on Oct. 31 at the Daelim Museum in Seoul that showcased trendy Danish food, drinks and design.

 

The Embassy of Denmark in Seoul marked the grand finale of its DELICIOUS DENMARK cooking event series on Oct. 31 with two workshops titled “D PASS Danish Cooking Workshop: Danish Recipes to Warm Your Heart.”

The workshop brought in 70 Korean guests who made 7 kinds of Danish open sandwiches and canapés with various combinations of Danish rye bread, white bread, boiled Greenlandic shrimp, Danish cheese, and Danish pork roast, which was paired with Danish apple cider by TEMPT.

The workshop was a unique collaboration between the embassy and Daelim Museum in relation to the museum’s current exhibition showcasing the work of Danish fashion designer Henrik Vibskov.