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EGN Lolland-Falster plans many exciting and different experiences where you, as a guest, can taste your way through the many stories and facets of food culture.

I EGN Lolland- Falster the calendar you will get an overview of what we have planned and when you can participate in an EGN Lolland-Falster event, just as you will also be able to find links to tickets and more information.

The calendar is constantly updated with more information and more events, so stay tuned.

During teaching offers you can read more about which school courses we offer for public and private schools and when. EGN Lolland-Falster's school course is free and requires prior registration.

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Teaching offers

For schools

Stay tuned - EGN Lolland-Falster offers school courses based on various themes through the Cultural Service.

Below you will be able to find information about the free education courses that we work with in EGN Lolland-Falster
- and which you and your class can sign up for during both 2021 and 2022

We will work with the topics:

  • EARTHLY OBESITY

  • FRUIT PLANTS

  • COASTAL FOOD

  • WILD FOOD

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EGN Lolland-Falster Teaching material

Here you can read about and download our recipes and teaching material from previous EGN Lolland-Falster teaching courses

Coastal food

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This school course was about fishing and coastal food.

With a focus on the living harbor in Langø, we heard exciting stories about life
as a fisherman and learned about the history of coastal fishing on Lolland and Falster.

You can download teaching material and class recipe here.

In EGN Lolland-Falster's Food Culture Laboratory in Czarens Hus in Nykøbing Falster, the school classes learned how to fillet hornfish, which was then cut into suitable pieces, breaded, fried and finally served with oven potatoes and homemade mayonnaise.

Should you want to do it at home, you can download the family recipes here.

And if you would like to hear about Langø's fishing history, watch our small info film

Land of fruits - conservation

 

For this course, the school students visited the old manor house Pederstrup.

Here they became wiser to the great tradition of fruit growing on Lolland, Falster and the islands and could even be allowed to experiment with preserving and refining local fruits and berries.

You can download teaching material and class recipe here.

In EGN Lolland-Falster's Food Culture Laboratory at Reventlow-Museet Pederstrup, the school classes learned how to pit cherries, which were then cooked with sugar and vanilla into a delicious old-fashioned cherry sauce and poured into glasses for later use. In addition, the students made a wonderful and quick apple cake with whipped cream, which was enjoyed together.

If you want to try it at home, you can find it the family recipes here.

WE ALSO HAVE A LITTLE INFO MOVIE about the Stevnskirsebærret from Frederiksdal

Taste of Christmas

Own schooling Christmas

For our Christmas course, the theme was naturally Christmas and EGN Lolland-Falster's teachers came out into the school kitchens at the schools.

Here, work was done with two different klejne recipes from the local Horslunde Bakery, and there was also talk about the Christmas traditions and especially about the different food traditions that are associated with the Christmas days in Denmark both now and in the past.

You can download teaching material and class recipe here.

In the school kitchens, half of the class made Old-fashioned kleiner, while the rest of the class made Norwegian kleiner. Some of the dumplings were cooked the old-fashioned way in lard, while the rest were cooked in Palmin coconut fat. In this way, the students could feel, smell and taste the difference themselves.

If you want to try the recipes at home, you can find These.

Earth's Obesity

picture f children being taught old pea varieties

Under the topic Earth's Obesity, we work with legumes - and more specifically with the local gray pea varieties Lollandske Rosiner and Brown pea from Nakskov.

The school classes were invited into our Food Culture Laboratory in Czarens Hus in Nykøbing F., where we talked about the history of peas locally here in Lolland and Falster. Then we went into the kitchen together to taste and work with the two types of peas.

You can download teaching material and class recipe here.

In the kitchen, an old dish was prepared: Sea peas, which is a classic soup dish made from gray peas, which were eaten in farming communities in the 1800s. We also made some newer dishes, namely pea hummus and baked peas. Everything was finally served and eaten with some good sourdough bread.

If you want to try the recipes at home, you can find These.