Who else loves Easter? I know I do, and it’s only partially because of the long, five-day weekend ahead of us! In Denmark, Easter is a family holiday, and like many others, it’s centered around hygge, food, and funny traditions. I thought I’d take a […]
You can’t escape it. Everywhere you go these days, you’ll be confronted with it. Some people praise it to the high heavens, others are more skeptical. Nobody is sure how to pronounce it (“hooga”? “HOO-gah”? “hoo-guh”? “hue-gah”? [ˈhygə]?), and everyone agrees that it can’t be […]
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 […]
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, […]
Christmas Tivoli is open, and that means Christmas season has officially started in Denmark! One thing I definitely recommend to do during advent in Denmark is to have a traditional Danish “julefrokost” – which translates to Christmas lunch, but can just as well be had […]
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