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How to Make Smorrebrod: Tips and Recipes

Smorrebrod or Danish open-faced sandwiches are both a tradition and culinary art form in Denmark. From everyday eateries to fine dining, these creative sandwiches are a local favourite in culinary hot spots around Copenhagen and beyond. While there are some traditional favourites you can always go carte blanche with your own …

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The Power of Writerly Kindness

Photo by Willow J Pull up a chair, pour a cup of tea, and get comfy. I’d like to talk about kindness in the writing community. I don’t mean retweeting to give each other a boost or following a stranger back to be courteous. I’m talking about profound kindness that …

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10 Weird Fruit: Test Your Fruit Knowledge

Did you know that there are more than 1,000 varieties of bananas and 8,000 grapes in the world? Have you ever heard of the banana that tastes like ice cream or the persimmon that makes you feel like eating chocolate pudding?  Whether you are the food-loving traveller that heads straight …

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Tune out your self-doubt—Fiction Therapy

Best-selling thriller writer, Ian Rankin, has been writing professionally since the mid-1980s. He’s written close to 30 novels. He pretty much writes a book a year. But, at a certain point in his drafting process, usually somewhere at the end of the first month, he is struck by, what he …

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Recipe: Mocha Syrup

Brandi’s dangerously delicious concoction is where it’s at if you’re looking to class up your pancakes or get a little wild with your ice cream sundaes. Get the … source

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