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What I am bringing home…

From my parents garden: tomatoes, beetroot, parsley, thyme, salvia, squash, tarragon and 12 freshly laid eggs.

From the local dairy : cheese and cream.

And fanallly: two beautiful hand knitted (by ‘Granny O’) wool jackets, a green dress and a vest for Vilja and cousin April.

I should really go to Samsø more often don’t you think?


  1. Reply
    Octavie September 18, 2011

    The sweaters knitted by granny’s are the best! My Little Girl always wears hand-made sweaters from my husbands grandmother, she’s 94 years old.

  2. Reply
    Stine Thornholm September 18, 2011

    Lækre sager, uhm…

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    Stine September 18, 2011

    You should definitely go to Samsø more often, the photos are amazing. It looks very spring-like.

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    Tanya September 18, 2011

    Are there dairies like that one near Copenhagen? We lived in Germany and there was a dairy where we could fill our milk bottles from a machine for 80 Euro cent per liter. Is there anything like that on Sjaelland?

    We are moving to Copenhagen next year…..and I’ve been “lurking” here for awhile. It took milk and cheese to get me to “de-lurk” ;-)

    I really love your stories about the shop, and think it is GREAT that you can have such a rewarding and artistic job, by the way!

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    Marieke Abels September 18, 2011

    You bring the country into the city: really nice :)

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    ohhhappy September 18, 2011

    Sikke nogle gode sager, at komme hjem med… Har aldrig været på Samsø, men måske skulle jeg tage en tur derover en gang til sommer…

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    kolora September 18, 2011

    Isn’t it wonderful to unpack all the treasures and still have the feeling about them where they came from and who made them – I love handmade things from my relatives and also food from “home”.

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    la casita de wendy September 18, 2011

    Great!!! lucky you with your country treasures *_*

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    nikaelamarie September 19, 2011

    wonderful! I keep bringing home garden goodies from my parent’s house too!

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    Gracia September 21, 2011

    Like me, I never leave my parents place without a swag full of things, chiefly edible. Coffee, fruit, herbs… papers too, and flowers. Lovely pic.

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