In this episode, Danish chef Christina Hjeltnes Grønning prepares one of her recent dishes. At the age of 24, the Danish-Norwegian trailblazer became head chef of Sentralen leading the innovative Nordic kitchen that combines traditional flavors with European favorites. From North Atlantic cod dried by the cold winds on wooden racks on the foreshore to artful new recipes including marshmallows slow roasted on burning gel at the dinner table. According to Christina Hjeltnes Grønning, eating really comes down to one thing: It’s all about sharing. An apprentice of chefs like Michel Michaud, who brought French cuisine to Denmark in the 1970s, and Thorsten Schmidt, one of the founding fathers of the New Nordic Cuisine, this newcomer is making a name for herself at one of Oslo’s trendiest restaurants set in a former bank.
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