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    How to make Scandinavian Glögg or mulled wine

    By Hyggestyle on October 31, 2017

    Most northern European countries have a recipe for mulled wine or gluhwein; what sets our Danish Glögg recipe apart for me is the addition of the slivered almond and raisins that you can eat with a spoon when you get to the bottom of the glass. Best served with a plateful of warm aebleskiver and a dice game, in my opinion.

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    Autumn Cinnamon And Maple Popcorn Recipe

    By Hyggestyle on October 9, 2017

    October is National Popcorn month! Here’s a twist on a classic, sweet and crunchy snack – with maximum flavor from warming cinnamon and maple. We make ours outside on a fire using a proper popper, but a heavy based lidded saucepan works just as well. To make basic popcorn, heat a tablespoon of oil so that one kernel dropped in

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    Easy sloe gin/winter berry vodka recipe

    By Hyggestyle on October 1, 2017

    Our easy hedgerow vodka/gin recipe Put a spring in your step on those long winter walks with our easy Berry Schnapps recipe. Use whatever berries are in season; I have had great success using raspberries, blackcurrants and blackberries, but you can even use hawthorn (and if I am totally honest, I will confess I have also used frozen berries from

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    How to make Danish Aebleskiver or apple dumplings

    By Hyggestyle on September 13, 2017

    Aebleskiver literally means “apple slices” in Danish, which is a bit weird as there is no apples in them. They are little puffed pancake balls, which are made in a special aebleskiver pan, usually cast iron and with nine little indentations. They may need a bit of practise, as there is a knack to turning them so they cook all

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    How to play the Danish dice game ”Grådige” or ”Greedy”

    By Hyggestyle on July 6, 2017

    Greedy is a high score dice game in which players roll dice for points. You roll 5 dice, move aside only the dice you want to use for points, then re-roll the remaining dice. If you can make all 5 dice count for score, pick them all up and keep rolling (if you’re feeling lucky.) Your points can accumulate as