Copenhagen Cooking Winter edition
When the food festival Copenhagen Cooking winter edition will take place throughout the month of February, it will feature a tribute to some of the best seasonal ingredients. One of them is blue mussel - the blue gold - which is fresh and delicious during the cold months.
Under the name Blue Gold, you can come on a gastronomic sailing tour in the harbour, where restaurants like M/S America, Lumskebugten, Viva and Søren K cook dishes with the blue mussel in the centre of the cooking.
You can also meet bicycles serving soup with mussels in the inner city.
Monday is MAD
Another new initiative, which kicks off during Copenhagen Cooking, is MAD Mondays. Here, you can participate in a monthly, informal get-together and discuss the food culture while learning about the future of food and gastronomy.
The event is free, and beer from Mikkeller and homemade soup are served.
Read much more about the whole Copenhagen Cooking programme here.
Copenhagen Cooking, which is organised by Wonderful Copenhagen together with a number of leading figures in the city’s food scene, has been going since 2005 in its August incarnation. This winter edition is part of Wonderful Copenhagen’s umbrella festival, *Wondercool, which, along with food events, also encompasses fashion, design, art, architecture, rock and jazz.
|01/02/2013 - 28/02/2013||Monday - Sunday||-|
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