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Happy Schnappsing - Issue No. 001
January 14, 2003
Issue No.1 - January 13, 2003




Greetings from Denmark and welcome to the first issue of Happy Schnappsing.

During the weekend I added 5 more schnapps recipes to my website...


1) Dill Schnapps

Dill schnapps is a strong and very enjoyable schnapps. Pale yellow and very popular here in Denmark and other Scandinavian countries.

The schnapps goes extremely well with crayfish, gravlax, salmon, heering, cured and smoked fish, poultry and cheese.

You can also use it in sauces, stews, soups and other dishes where you would normally use this highly aromatic herb.

Click here to see the recipe...



2) Ginger Schnapps

Ginger schnapps is a spicy, slightly sweet and very tasty and warming schnapps. Very soothing and enjoyable on a cold winter day.

Serve it with oriental foods, soups, poultry, vegetables, seafood, desserts, ice cream, fruit salads and cheese. Or add it to marmalades, sauces and stews.

Mixes well with other flavoured schnappses.

Click here to see the recipe...



3) Lemon Thyme Schnapps

Lemon Thyme schnapps has a fine yellow colour, and the characteristic taste and flavour of this wonderful herb. It's a schnapps with great softness and roundness.

Mixes well with other schnappses.

Serve it with fish, chicken, lamb, soup and vegetables. Or add it to any sauce or dish where you would normally use this lemon thyme.

Click here to see the recipe...



4) Pepper Schnapps

Pepper schnapps is a hot, spicy and very warming schnapps. It tastes very good - especially after some storage.

Sip a little when you are down with flu or cold. It does not cure, but it certainly helps you feel better.

You can mix this schnapps with other schnappses.

Or - you can use it to enhance the flavours of schnappses which you are not quite satisfied with.

Just add it little by little till the flavours suit your taste.

Pepper schnapps can be served with many dishes - if you dilute it so it suits the particular meal.

Excellent to use in stews and sauces and other dishes where you would normally use much pepper.

Click here to see the recipe...



5) Thyme Schnapps

Thyme schnapps has a fine yellow colour, and the characteristic taste and flavour of this wonderful herb. It's a schnapps with great softness and roundness.

Mixes well with other schnappses.

Serve it with fish, chicken, lamb, soup and vegetables. Or add it to any sauce or dish where you would normally use thyme.

Click here to see the recipe...



Happy Schnappsing.

All the best,
Vivi Labo

http://www.danish-schnapps-recipes.com

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