Join us April 6 at 6 p.m. at the Danish Consulate in Sacramento (One Capitol Mall Suite 670) for a demonstration and talk with Danish cookbook author and Slow Food International Councilor Katrine Klinken and University of the Pacific food historian Professor Ken Albala. Katrine Klinken is a cookbook author and food craftsperson who believes in good, clean, and fair food for all. She will demonstrate delicious food preparation that builds on Danish traditions, employs modern twists, is beautiful, and is accessible to the modern cook with limited time.
In addition to learning about and enjoying these treats, you’ll hear about the state of food in Denmark, informed by Ken Albala’s historic perspective as one of our preeminent food historians. Katrine Klinken has eye-opening insights into how ordinary Danes are eating in the land of the world’s best restaurant and the highest market share of organic food. In this year of Slow Meat, consider that Denmark, not the United States, has the highest per capita consumption of meat. And how does food quality compare to just a couple of decades ago? We expect a lively exchange. Bring your questions and enjoy small bites with Slow Food Sacramento members and friends of Denmark.
Værsgo’! $20, limited to 40 attendees – Purchase tickets and Reserve a spot for this event.