season January
difficulty Easy
persons For the pantry
time 10 min.

Forest spice

Ingredients
  • 100g scots pine seeds
  • 80g pine nuts
  • 2g dried pine needles
  • 2g catkins
  • 10g stinging nettle salt
  • 4g all spice
  • 2g couch grass seeds
  • 4g cane sugar
Equipment
  • Coffee grinder or mortar.
Directions
  1. Toast pine seeds and nuts in a pan until fragrant. Let cool.
  2. Mix all the ingredients together and blend to a uniform spice mix.
  • Tips

    This spice adds nice flavor to both salty and sweet dishes.

  • Thorsten Schmidt

    Restaurant Barr

    Thorsten Schmidt is a Danish chef known for his sense of culinary adventure and love for experimentation. Raised in Jutland and trained in both Germany and France, Schmidt believes food to be a potential vehicle of cultural identity, pride and nostalgia. His former restaurant, Malling & Schmidt, served some of the most influential and inventive Danish food in the country. Schmidt is now a co-founder and partner of restaurant Barr. A collaboration between Schmidt and René Redzepi in the former noma restaurant space, Barr offers a convivial setting in which to enjoy high-quality comfort food and drink traditions of the North Sea.

    Thorsten Schmidt

    Restaurant Barr

    Thorsten Schmidt is a Danish chef known for his sense of culinary adventure and love for experimentation. Raised in Jutland and trained in both Germany and France, Schmidt believes food to be a potential vehicle of cultural identity, pride and nostalgia. His former restaurant, Malling & Schmidt, served some of the most influential and inventive Danish food in the country. Schmidt is now a co-founder and partner of restaurant Barr. A collaboration between Schmidt and René Redzepi in the former noma restaurant space, Barr offers a convivial setting in which to enjoy high-quality comfort food and drink traditions of the North Sea.

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