Fresh …. food.
Very often are we becoming annoyed if we have to wait for food we have ordered – if it takes a bit longer time than it normally should.
As a chef are you working against the clock and the guest – but sometime food takes time, especially if we want to be cooked fresh – and well presented. So I don’t mind to wait for my food, not even if it’s a hamburger in a fast food outlet.
So when we was visiting Copenhagen this Tuesday … the food took a bit of time and maybe if I had been in a hurry I would had cancelled my order, but I had my hands full with my little camera and to find objects to put it up against. I was in no rush – but I was hungry.
When the food arrived it was so fresh and so beautiful presented – it was delicate for both eye and palate.
My blogging sister Ann-Christine and I was having lunch at my favorite so popular hidden gem, The Royal Café and of course we ordered “smushi’s”. They have even published a cookery book with their “smushi’s” – with the title “Royal Smushi”.
So what is a “smushi”??? It is a mini Danish open face sandwich or as they call it Denmark, smørrebrød and it’s counted for as Denmark’s number one national dish. A must if you ever visit Denmark. So “smushi” is maybe a fusion between smørrebrød and sushi. What ever it’s – well worth waiting for … we had ordered 3 each and what we got represent freshness for me.
So it’s not only smushi’s that was fresh … my photos are very fresh too.
Velbekomme – Bon appetite!
“Eating is a need,
enjoying is an art.”
Why not join the challenge yourself … or check out more freshness, there will be plenty of it in all forms and shapes – Weekly Photo Challenge: Fresh