Remember a couple of months ago, I shared some of the German foods I miss in Denmark (post here), and that I brought back from Germany after Christmas. One item on the list was wax beans, which I need to make a childhood classic: my […]
It’s almost Easter, and in Denmark, that means a big Easter lunch – “påskefrokost” – with all the Danish classics, such as herring, fish fillets, meat balls, and of course snaps! I have to say, I’m not the biggest fan of snaps, but I can […]
Everybody knows that Sundays are for indulgence, relaxing, and breakfast in bed. Pancakes are definitely a staple in my house, as are eggs and bacon (especially after a Saturday night out!). Together with a steaming hot coffee or tea and a glass of fresh orange […]
It’s fastelavn! And as anyone who knows me will readily confirm, my favorite part of it is, of course, food-related (I know, total surprise!). If you live in Denmark, you’ll probably have had your fill of fastelavnsboller already this year. Whether you like them “gammeldags” (old […]
As you know, I like to post the occasional recipe here on The Copenhagen Tales, and I also like to try my hand at classic, traditional Danish recipes. I’ve given you my version of spiced-up frikadeller, and boozed up another staple of Danish cuisine, rabarbergrød, […]
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