Climate – Rødder
– Hosted at The French Embassy
part of a series on Climate
About the speaker
Rødder will present their approach to delicious food, make sure you’ll have a taste of their cooking abilities and offer a glimpse on their take on climate. And the event will take place in beautiful surroundings at the French Embassy – to mark the fact that France will host the COP21 Climate Conference in December.
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This months CreativeMornings Copenhagen event is all about climate. We are happy to have “Rødder” as speakers – and to tap into their approach to “local” climate. And we are outmost delighted to have the French Embassy hosting the event. Climate Conference COP 21 will take place in Paris, France in December 2015, so having the French Embassy as hosts for a climate-event is a perfect fit.
More on the speakers:
Rødder will present their approach to delicious food, make sure you’ll have a taste of their cooking abilities and offer a glimpse on their take on climate. You’re in for a treat!
Originated from a shared passion for natural Danish ingredients, meat and produce, the two friends Esben Grundtvig and Solfinn Danielsen started making small dining experiences in Copenhagen. An audience quickly took notice of the pop-up events and the carefully cooked slow food, and today Rødder are masters of dining experiences of any kind. From small pop up restaurants once a month in quirky locations such as a garage, an abandoned factory or an allotment hut, to serving up big company events or weddings.
The common denominator is the focus on the natural products. Rødder works closely with small producers and farms, primarily from Lolland-Falster and Zealand. The vegetables are organic and biodynamic, and the meat comes from happy animals that have had a good life with plenty of room to romp on. Rødder visit every farm they work with to be absolutely sure of the quality.
By insisting on only using local, Danish products, Rødder are also trying to infuse their guests and customers with knowledge on just how many exquisite ingredients we have in Denmark – and challenge our purchasing habits in order to empower us all to make but a small difference when it comes to the debate on climate.