The filming crew of A Taste of Greenland arrived in Nuuk today with our host and chef Chris Coubrough to film the program’s fourth episode in the country’s capital region.
A Taste of Greenland is a TV program that follows Chris as he discovers the culinary of Greenland. Chris visits different destinations and cooks dishes using Greenland’s, particularly the area’s, ingredients.
Previously, it was filmed in East Greenland, South Greenland, and the Arctic Circle area. This time, the episode will introduce the capital region’s attractions and Chris’s new dishes inspired by local ingredients.
So, let me introduce the crew (drum roll, please):
Producer Eskil Hardt
Director of Photography Esben Hardt
Assistant Director and Editor Adrian Beard, and
Cameraman Finn Noer.
(Well, the titles are what their business cards say, and all participate in the shooting with all different sizes of cameras.)
Their base camp is a hotel apartment near the old harbour, run by Hotel Hans Egede. Please note: Previous guests here were the Queen of Denmark and her husband. We’re honored.
Nearly as soon as they checked in to the house, the crew had a meeting with Greenland Tourism, going over the schedules, discussing dishes Chris will cook for the show and the message Greenland wants to send out with this episode.
See what they did:
Filmed and edited by Mikael L. Jacobsen
Itinerary, check. Menu, check. Equipments, check. Weather, eh… not so much check, yet. Passion and energy, super duper check.
Our 10-day journey begins, NOW!