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Hygge Life

Embracing the Nordic Art of Coziness Through Recipes, Entertaining, Decorating, Simple Rituals, and Family Traditions

Author: Jody Eddy and Karl Gunnar  

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A food and lifestyle book dedicated to the Scandinavian concept of hygge (loosely translated as "coziness"); how to create it for yourself and others, and how to incorporate it into holidays, travel, decor, entertaining, and everyday life, with approximately 30 recipes.

Hygge is centered around the idea of feeling snug and inviting comforting elements into day-to-day life while creating warmth, community, and intimacy. A bakery is hygge. Bikes are more hygge than cars. Cozyshows readers how small gestures (putting wool blankets and warm cider out for guests) or larger undertakings (building bonfires and making campfire bread to celebrate solstice) can warm the psyche and foster hygge. The book is divided into chapters focused on different opportunities for hygge; morning rituals, family gatherings, holidays, bedtime rituals, decorating, and caring for yourself, with more than 30 recipes for cozy and comforting food and drink plus stunning photography throughout.

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About the Author

GUNNAR KARL GI SLASON is chef of the award-winning Restaurant Dill in Reykjavik's historic Nordic House, Kex Hostel on Reykjavik Harbor, and Agern restaurant in NYC's Grand Central Station. His cooking celebrates Iceland's pristine ingredients and artisanal producers and has garnered international acclaim.

JODY EDDY is the author of Come In, We're Closed; North; and Cuba. A graduate of the Institute of Culinary Education in Manhattan, she is the former editor of Art Culinaire.

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Product Details

Publisher
Ten Speed Press
Published
14th November 2017
Pages
168
ISBN
9780399579936
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