To bake or to buy? Baking your own Æbleskiver

Maybe you are one for the ready to eat version of this delightful sweet afternoon treat. However, making your own is extremely gratifying as our …

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Gløgg – take the shortcut or make your own from scratch

On a cold winter day, a glass of hot glögg  to warm you up is great. If you think Danes only make it from scratch …

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Our best tips for spending Thanksgiving in Denmark

The Thanksgiving holiday is just around the corner for North Americans. Although Christmas decorations are up, and jingle bells are ringing in Denmark, for US …

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Mortensaften: Danish version of Thanksgiving?

Leaves in all shades of fall brilliance blanket the landscape, cracking and squishing as we walk. It is November. That means one thing: Mortensaften or …

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Buy leftovers for DKK 40 and as something NEW visit the To Good To Go shop

Since the launch in 2016 in Denmark, the money saving app, Too Good to Go, has grown to cover a total of eight countries. Now …

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Fjordrejer … A summer delicacy

If you have noticed the really small pink shrimps served on white bread with a slice of lemon, then you have found the Danes’ preferred …

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Remember to buy your wheat bun – look for hvedeknopper or hveder

If you are keen to follow Danish traditions, then don’t miss out on buying the wheat buns and be ready to eat them either Thursday …

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TREAT YOURSELF TO DANISH CAVIAR – STENBIDERROGN

Danish caviar, Stenbiderrogn, is a real treat and a small luxury Danes enjoy in the early spring. March is usually the high season, so now …

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How much cabbage can you eat during the winter?

As an expat you may be used to lovely fresh and tasty vegetables (and fruit) all year round. The move to Denmark provides a rude …

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It is really simple to make your own SMØRREBRØD

This season you might be tempted to invite guests for a traditional Danish lunch? The Christmas season is really a festive one with many lunches. …

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