With the new year, we’re bringing you a new way to learn what’s going on in the Edible community. Our Edible Minute now delivers three updates in a one visual digest.
Booze, heat and spices warm you up three ways at once.
In case you missed last week’s Edible episode on NY1–it’s on the spiked Scandinavian winter warmer called glögg–we wanted to point your attention both to the television segment (which you can find here online) as well as the Edible Manhattan article that inspired it, which includes the recipe for the drink, a heady, dangerously drinkable blend of sweet red wine heated up with a spike of citrus and some gingerbready spicing. We procured it from Morten Sohlberg—the Norwegian-born CEO of Smörgas Chef’ Restaurant Group, which runs three Smörgas Chef’ restaurants in Manhattan, including the one inside the Scandinavia House cultural center where we shot the piece for NY1.
For a Nordic restaurateur, this glögg is almost as good as going home for the holidays
Earlier this week we stopped in at the beautiful Swedish Seamans Church (aka Svenska Kyrkan) in Midtown, at 5 East 48th Street, a place whose…