Eat&Talk #5: Denmark
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Eat&Talk #5: Denmark

Saturday, November 14th at 19h 

KROKODIL Center for contemporary literature

Karađorđeva street, 43 (the entrance is through Male stepenice)

The number of guests is limited, and reservations are required via email at

In our November edition of Eat&Talk we are introducing the cuisine and literature of the southernmost Scandinavian country. We will discuss the book “Babette’s Feast” while our guests enjoy Danish specialties. Besides Karen Blixen we will also talk about two contemporary Danish authors – Peter Høegand and Dorthe Nors. Our conversation will join Sanja Stefanjesko, from the Scandinavian corner, and Nikoleta Kosovac, the program coordinator of the Organization Liceulice.


Starter: Tartalettes with chicken and asparagus

Main dish: Crispy pork with potatoes and parsley sauce 

Dessert: Rice pudding with almonds and cherry sauce 

Beer: Tuborg / Carlsberg

Price per person: 1800 din.

To help you make up for missed travels and fulfill your wanderlust, we have decided to take you on an exciting literary-culinary journey around various countries, discovering their cultures, literature, and cuisine simultaneously. Each month we offer a specific menu, while simultaneously presenting several authors that shine the best light on the authenticity of the culture they come from and write about. This traveling-without-moving project also consists of a public event under the name Eat & Talk, where we organize a public lecture at the KROKODIL Center, welcoming a limited number of visitors in order to follow the rules of social distancing and health recommendations.

The event was supported by the Danish embassy in Serbia

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