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Jan 24, 2009 02:46 PM

Does anybody serve aebleskiver around Boston?

My wife is interested in trying aebleskiver and we're trying to find a restaurant that serves it. It's a danish dish, but the only Danish restaurant I could find (Danish Pastry in Medford), does not serve it. Does anybody know of a restaurant in the area that serves it?


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  1. I haven't seen any (not what you were hoping in a first response, I know) but I'd be willing to bet it's just a matter of time. I think aebleskivers are just about to have a food-trend-break-through. Supporting evidence: the King Arthur Flour catalogue now sells an aebleskiver pan and had a recipe for them; Williams Sonoma at the Burlington Mall had the pans prominently displayed last time I was there; and Beer Advocate magazine had a recipe for aebleskivers made with (as I recall) a coffee stout batter a few issues ago. Soon!

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    1. re: Parsnipity

      Aebleskiver pans were apparently THE foodie Christmas gift for 2008 - I saw them in a CVS flyer!

      Count me in as yet another person who doesn't know of any restaurant offering aebleskiver, though.

      1. re: Allstonian

        the only place i know of to get them at the moment is at our house. however, they are not hard to make and are lovely with a piece of dark chocolate or a dab of wild blueberry preserves in the middle.

    2. unfortunately i do not know of a restaurant serving them in boston either (if there is one out there, i definitely would like to know too!). however, if you are up for making them at home, as an alternative to williams-sonoma, you can buy lovely cast iron pans on eBay for relatively cheap.

      1. Sounds crazy-easy to make; there is even an