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23 November 2008

Danish Seaman's Church Christmas Fair


Open-faced sandwiches and pastries were the name of the game at this annual festival. These have switched from the Zion Lutheran German Church on Henry Street over to a larger cafeteria space in the Plymouth Church on Hicks Street, still in Brooklyn Heights. The larger photos are from there in 2014, the smaller versions from the 2008 event.

At the actual Danish Seaman's Church, nearby on Willow Street, they offer hot dogs, gløgg, and Carlsberg, as well as æbleskiver, of which the powdery remnants of sugar can be found everywhere inside and outside the brownstone.

Røde pølser ($4, above) are boiled in water that has bacon and garlic. Toppings include ketchup, mustard, remoulade, chopped raw onions, fried onions, and sweet pickles. The variety of tastes and textures is the most enjoyable part of this creation. Grillpølser, the grilled version, are also available.

Reje madand Frikadeller.

Frikadeller and Flaeskesteg.



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