North How to Live Scandinavian

North by Bronte Aurell

How to Live Scandinavian

Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781781316528
Publisher: Aurum Press
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Why are Scandinavians constantly topping the happiness table? How do you get more Scandi-style in your life? Just how do you use lagom? Whether you want your apartment to look like it belongs in Copenhagen, to workout like a Norwegian or to make cinnamon buns like a Swede, this is the ultimate insider’s guide to the countries of the north.

Full of inspiration and ideas, how-tos and recipes to help you experience the very best of Scandinavian design, philosophy, cookery and culture, this honest behind-the-scenes look at the culture provides an invaluable insight into the wonderful and visually stunning world of  Scandinavia. Like her viking ancestors before her, Brontë Aurell left Denmark to explore the world beyond home shores and in her travels has come to understand the fascination with her kinfolk, as well as seeing the idiosyncrasies of the Scandinavian lifestyle that locals take for granted.

With a signature wit and a keen eye for detail, she takes you on a journey through fjords and mountains, farmlands and cities to better understand these three nations and what makes each one so unique.  So get outdoors, learn the life lesson that there's no such thing as bad weather (only bad clothing) and you may discover your inner Scandi sooner than you think.

BRONTË AURELL is a Danish entrepreneur, restaurateur and cook. Together with her Swedish husband Jonas, she runs the acclaimed ScandiKitchen café and shop in central London. A keen cook herself, Brontë has been published widely in magazines and newspapers, including UK national newspapers, the Guardian, The Times and the Sunday Express. Brontë and her food have also featured on TV. She lives in London with Jonas and their two young daughters.

Format: Hardback, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781781316528
Illustrations: 200 colour photos and illustrations
Size: 6.693 in x 9.055 in / 170 mm x 230 mm
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