HERRIOTT GRACE is a venture of father and daughter, and this is their story. In the three years since, their small shop has grown to selling an array of hand carved and hand turned wooden objects, including spoons, bowls, pedestals, candy dishes, serving boards, rolling pins, plates and mortar and pestle sets. All are one of a kind and made entirely of salvaged, chemical-free wood, ranging in type, age, and origin. None are exactly the same, and thus none are perfect. But the slight imperfections are an effect of the handmade quality. They’ve also introduced a select line of exclusive porcelain dishware. The ceramic pieces are cast in small runs, and boast the rustic, tactile beauty for which their brand is known.
Here at, Gustav Adolf, we offer the best of a varied menu of roast – it can be meat or fish, pasta dishes and salads as our chefs prepare with the finest ingredients. We know that a dinner is about community and the atmosphere – you can have the finest night at Gustav Adolf with our carefully composed menu and well chosen wines: the right combination creates the wonderful variety of cuisines that will last a really long time.
At Bastard we would like to share with you our love and passion for food and drink. The restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday from 5p.m. at which time we invite you to enjoy our charcuterie plate, the Bastardplanka, in our cozy bar with a cold beer,
cocktail, or a glass of wine. At 6p.m., head chef and owner, Andreas Dahlberg and his team open the kitchen and share with you our take on Modern European Homestyle Cooking.
Skärgardskonfekt offers you refreshing products for body and soul. With us you will find beautiful pralines and truffles, all handmade and made from the finest Belgian chocolate.
In this lovely cookbook Homebaked, Hanne Risgaard, who owns Skærtoft Mill with her husband, selected its best recipes for bread and other baked goods. Everything is fully explained and supplemented with all necessary information on baking equipment, ingredients, different forms of raising funds and sourdough. Homemade tells of grain and flour – a great product that we have directly from nature – and through systematic and simple way for the best pastries.
At the title says Jagten på den gode smag (Hunt for the finest taste) a Danish cook book presented for the large and growing demand for food quality in recent years of Denmark. It is more about consumers shopping for the everyday-life products. It is about tatse and more importantly health.
The chef Carsten Maritime and photographer Columbus Leth has been in the quest of the finest nutritions and meals, having visited some of the very best, yet small local food producers located around Denmark.
The archaeological knowledge about Greenland’s history has developed explosively in recent decades. Gulløv‘s book describes Greenland prehistoric societies, from the first Paleo-Eskimo migration of around 4.5 million years ago until the 1800s, when European explorers, whalers and missionaries had left their land from the Greenlandic society.
Hans Christian Gulløv is Dr. Phil. from the University of Copenhagen who also thoroughly worked with Greenland’s prehistory and history. Since 1968 he has undertaken projects throughout Greenland and in Chukotka. Gulløv is also a research professor at the National Museum of Denmark.
Greenland’s Art is an updated and revised version of Kaalund great work from 1979 on art in Greenland. A summary description of Greenland’s art of prehistoric times to the present.
The Inuit art is also rich in evidence of nature, culture, landscape and living conditions, which puts things into different perspective. It demands response. Greenland is a country and an ancient territory. A book about the art in Greenland is very relevant. When you read it you understand the art of Greenland, you understand the people in Greenland and you maybe get to know Greenland even a little better. Kaalund book is a good place to start.
Bodil Marie Kaalund-Jørgensen is a Danish painter, printmaker textile artist and author.
Names in Marble (Nimed marmortahvlil) is a war novel written by the Estonian writer Albert Kivikas. It was published in 1936, and its subject is the Estonian War of Independence. Kivikas was awarded for Names in Marble by the Estonian Literature Society. It is one the best-known works of Estonian literature. In 2002 a film based on the novel was released.
Names in Marble is based on the personal experiences of Albert Kivikas during the Estonian War of Independence. Through the main characters of the book, the two major political movements of the era, nationalism and communism are portrayed. The book also portrays the uncertainty among Estonians at that period about the future of the country.
The Hoppers is an Estonian drama set in the 1910s and focuses on disturbing, new religious perspective of faith and the sacred love of a young couple.
August 1913. A boat bringing missionaries who call themselves Jesus’s Matchsticks lands on the island of Hiiumaa, inciting an explosive, religious awakening. Their followers’ eccentric and unbridled religious rites lead them to be called the Hoppers. At the same time, a Russian army platoon lands on Hiiumaa with a mission to fortify the empire’s Western border. Will the small, windy island become the frontline of the imperial war or the gateway to heaven? A storm is brewing…