Two kinds of danish rolls -- sweet & savory
Still keeping on practicing my lamination skills -- butter consumption in Seattle must've increased noticably since I moved here!
First the danish roll with cranberry cream cheese filling. The dough is exactly the same as the cream cheese danish posted here . Shaping is different:
1) Sheet out to 1/8inch thick, 16inch long, spread on filling
2. roll up and cut into 1inch thickness
3)proof and bake as posted here 
Nice open crumb with honeycomb holes.
The tartness from dried cranberries complements well with the richness.
Now the savory version with WW flour and pesto filling.
WW danish dough (Adapted from many different sources)
Note: for details and tips on making croissants, please see this post 
Note: this recipe makes about 930g of dough, about 12 large danishes.
starter (100%), 44g
bread flour, 134g
1. mix and leave at room temp for 12 hours.
bread flour, 258g
ww flour, 103g
instant yeast, 7g
butter, 41g, softened
roll-in butter, 310g
1. Mix and sheet out dough as the cranberry danish roll above.
2. Spread on fillings, first pesto, then cheese and Italian sausage
3. Roll up from both ends, meeting in the middle. Wrap and put in fridge for 30min for easier cutting.
4. Cut into 1inch thickness
5. Proof and bake as the cranberry danish roll above.
Pesto, cheese, sausage, classic combo for a very good reason.
Some ww flour add another dimention to rich danish dough, and it goes well with savory fillings.