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Caroline Fleming Wants to Help You Spread Love and Happiness Through Food

The #LadiesOfLondon foodie dishes on her first English-language cookbook.

The future looks delicious for Caroline Fleming. The Ladies of London foodie was hard at work on her first English-language cookbook this season, during which we joined her in jumping for joy when her book proposal was picked up by her publisher in the season finale. 

And now Caroline's cookbook is about to become a reality. Cook Yourself Happy is set to be released on September 21. "It will be an English-language book about the traditional Danish cuisine, [fused] with what I believe in health-wise and spiced with my travels around the world," Caroline told The Daily Dish via email about the upcoming release. "So although very Danish, it's definitely also a fusion [of] now and again, recipes that have been handed down by my great-grandparents and modernized, essentially."

The cookbook, which will be Caroline's fourth, will include a wide range of recipes, from warm smoked salmon with pickled cucumber for lunch and the hearty national dish of Stegt Flaesk, also known as fried pork belly, to baked apples with marzipan and raisins for dessert, according to the book's description on Amazon. "I am excited to share each and every recipe, all 296 pages of them," Caroline gushed. "Bring on September 2017!" 

In addition to giving you some culinary inspiration, Caroline said that she hopes the cookbook impacts readers' lives on an even deeper level. "I hope it will also inspire how you spend time in the kitchen and with who, taking true value in the luxury of having the time to cook and spread love through your efforts, spreading happiness, and being conscious and responsible for what you eat," she said. "I believe you are what you eat." 

As if you weren't hungry enough, watch Caroline's Ladies of London pals try out some American and British delicacies, below.

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