Season 3, Episode 12

Dane Cook

Grethe Petersen, 73, of Bloomington, Minn., has been called the Julia Child of Danish cooking. Grandma Grethe, Mo and her family are hosting a delightful, multi-course luncheon at the Danish Center -- and yes, the food will be traditional. Chicken soup with dumplings, different varieties of herring with curry and cream sauces, and for dessert, Aebleskiver, delicious pancake balls covered with sugar and dipped in strawberry sauce. Mo's newly learned Aebleskiver skills will be pitted against Grethe's grandkids in a scene we can only call "Pancake Balls of Fury."
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Recipes From This Episode

Grethe Petersen's Chicken, Dumplings and Meatball Soup

Grethe Petersen's Mustard Pickled Herring

Danish Pancake Balls

Grethe Petersen's Curried Pickled Herring

Marzipan Cake with Chocolate Ganache and Sliced Almonds

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