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Brent Christensen | Jun 28, 200111:21 PM

Something today triggered a childhood flashback and now I'm wondering if anyone's come across a place in New York that serves Æbleskiver. It's a Danish dish, sometimes called the "Danish dougnut," that I believed is served most often around Christmas.

To steal the definition from http://www.ellegaardfinefoods.com/abo... , Æbleskiver "is is lite like a waffle, slightly sweet, and shaped like a tennis ball. The name means apple pancake and you may put apples in it if you wish; though not everyone does. The most common way served is with raspberry jam ladled on top and dusted with powder sugar" (I also attached a link to a recipe).

I used to have it as a child in Iowa. Good stuff. (I tried to find it in Denmark a few years back, but half the people had never heard of it and the other half said to wait until Christmas.)

Any ideas? My search of the site didn't turn up any Danish restaurants. Thanks!

Link: http://www.danishwindmill.com/danishp...

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