by Paige Donner
For our wind-down of Season 4 of Paris GOODfood+wine we get green Danish style with Jane Pedersen and her GrØnt grains and smorgasbørd good eats. Of course she pronounces her native Danish words properly so I won’t even try to go there. Suffice it to say that the name of her food company,Grønt, means Green in Denmark.
PICTURED ABOVE IS JANE PEDERSEN, FOUNDER OF GRONT DANISH FOOD IN PARIS. PHOTO BY PAIGE DONNER TAKEN AT THE GALERIES LAFAYETTE FONDATION. MORE PHOTOS ON FOODWINE.PHOTOGRAPHY
Then we turn to Sake. This fermented rice wine’s ancient mysteries have long been held by Japan. Maryam Mazur, brand manager for Paris’ Atelier du Sake gives us a brief intro on things we need to know about this naturally organic beverage.
So, once again, I am delighted that you’ve joined us for another episode ofParis GOODfood+wine. Please leave your reviews on iTunes by following the link posted on our show notes at Local Food And Wine, that’sLocalFood.wine and also on Paris Food And Wine that’sParisFoodAndWine.net. Your questions, comments and suggestions are welcomed and we can’t wait to see you back here after the summer hiatus for more of Paris GOODfood+wine.
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