The island of Bornholm in Denmark is actress Birgitte Hjort Sorenson's personal paradise. Michael Booth visits this Baltic haven to savour its tranquil charms. Another great article from telegraph about our lovely little island. You can read it here: bit.ly/1Lhnzgj
Even though we are in October, our vegetable garden is doing pretty well. The celery looks fantastic, we still have dozens of tomatoes getting ready to be picked, cucumbers still growing, the squash keeps coming and the sun is still shining. No wonder they call it the sunshine island in the Baltic Sea.
follows the trail from plate to origin. The bread may have been baked using flour from Bornholms Valsemølle and the mill may have purchased the grain from Frennegård Farm. The lamb cutlet may come from the local butcher, which in turn fetched the lamb from the herd of sheep grazing the rocky land of Bornholm. The lettuce and Hamburg parsley may have been organically raised at Grennesminde. Or the plaice may have been fished up that very morning by a local fisherman who, in spite of his pensioner living, is still active and throws his nets into Baltic Sea near Gudhjem every day. You can read more here: bit.ly/1wz03DY
Anyone who has ever explored Bornholm´s landscapes or the Baltic Sea´s yachting eldorado knows from personal experience that animals and crops – like the people who inhabit Bornholm – live in the most beautiful surroundings imaginable. You can read more here: bit.ly/1wz03DY