Let Copenhagen Cult Recipes take you on a journey to the heart of Copenhagen's culinary traditions, to find out why the Danes embrace their food heritage so passionately, and why their way of life continues to be adopted enthusiastically around the world. This cuisine centres around 'hygge', the cosy atmosphere for which the Danes are famed - shared tables, outside eating, simple local produce, eaten in company. It's about keeping things simple and tasty, and using space wisely by growing fresh herbs and greens on rooftops, in window boxes and small vegetable patches. Featuring iconic location shots and food photography that showcases traditional dishes with a modern twist, together with recipes from some of the most influential contemporary restaurants Copenhagen has to offer.Author Biography: Christine Rudolph, born and raised in Copenhagen, is an international interior stylist, set designer and photographer. Christine has lived in Melbourne, Australia, working with Vogue Living and Donna Hay, and also in New York. Now back in Copenhagen, Christine has a small workshop-studio in the middle of the city and is involved in numerous interiors styling projects, including curating the ceramics for the new Noma 2.0 restaurant. Susie Theodorou was born and raised in London. She is author of numerous cookbooks and a culinary stylist in UK and the USA. She has collaborated often with Christine Rudolph and has been excited to collaborate again in a celebration of Copenhagen's trending yet timeless cuisine.