You’ve heard me talk about ”hygge” before – the Danish way of creating cozy moments in everyday life. Essential elements include candles, cuddly blankets, fuzzy socks, and a cup of tea – or a glass of red wine, if that’s your preference! December and the […]
I’ve recently started paying more attention to waste. According to an EU study, every person living in Denmark produces 668 kilograms of waste each year. A lot of the waste a typical household produces is plastic, for example from food packaging, and plastic is notoriously […]
When I first moved to Copenhagen, I was shocked to find that living in an apartment meant that we virtually didn’t sort any of our household waste. In Germany, it’s quite typical for apartment buildings to have at least four different waste bins – paper, […]
You already know that I’m a foodie – and I not only love dining at restaurants or trying out the best local eateries and street food trucks. I also love cooking and trying new recipes at home. And like many others out there, I often […]
I recently got asked a couple of questions about my views on how the food scene in Copenhagen will develop this year for a newspaper column. It was just a short, informal interview, but it got me thinking. 2016 has been a kick-ass year for […]
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