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FRY-DAY 04/15/2016

Robert McGinnisComment

TODAY'S FRY-DAY FEATURE IS:

DENMARK FEATURING SCANPAN


The Danes primarily established themselves in the Midwest such as Wisconsin, Michigan and Iowa and also Minnesota, Nebraska, Montana and the Dakotas. Many immigrants and their children later moved further west. Today, the majority of the people with Danish ancestry in the US live in California. Other states with a larger Danish-American population are Utah and Minnesota. The following states make up the fourth tier: Washington, Oregon, Colorado, Texas, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan and Florida.  

 

Below are some Danish recipes with the perfect pan for making them! 


Danish Æbleskiver

Æbleskiver "Pancake Puffs"  also called "appleskives" are traditional pancakes in a distinctive shape of a sphere. The name literally means apple slices in Danish, although apples are not an ingredient. 


Danish Apple Pork - "Æbleflæsk"


Smørrebrød: Smoked Salmon Fish Cakes With Dill And Remoulade

Smørrebrød: usually consists of a piece of buttered rye bread with toppings of homemade cold cuts, pieces of meat or fish, and  cheese or spreads.

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