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Category: Denmark

Copenhagen Food Scene

Copenhagen Food Scene

Food recommendations The food scene in Copenhagen is amazing. And it just keeps getting better.  In the last few months, two new outdoor food markets have opened, at least three new waterside dining options have appeared and, finally, vegetarian and vegans are getting some love. […]

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Day trips from Copenhagen by Car

Day trips from Copenhagen by Car

The Places you can go, from Copenhagen, by Bike, Train and Car. The final instalment – by Car! I have already posted about day trips from Copenhagen by bike. It is not a full list but a starting point. Even since I wrote the post […]

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Day Trips from Copenhagen by Train

Day Trips from Copenhagen by Train

Out and about in Denmark by train We have done many fun day trips from Copenhagen by train and car and bike. I have already posted about day trips from Copenhagen by bike. This post is about day trips from Copenhagen by train. Some places […]

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Day Trips from Copenhagen by Bike

Day Trips from Copenhagen by Bike

Getting out and about in Denmark on a Bike Since we arrived in Denmark, almost two years ago, we have done a lot of day trips, by train, car and bike. Copenhagen is wonderful, but there is also so much to see and explore within […]

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Menu for two days at a Danish Sommerhus and Aquafaba.

Menu for two days at a Danish Sommerhus and Aquafaba.

I have just had the most fabulous experience. I spent two days in the beautiful Danish countryside, cooking for a company offsite. In this post I am going to share the menu, including my goto summer barbecue recipes, tell you a little about Danish summerhouses […]

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Kronborg aka Hamlet’s Castle!

Kronborg aka Hamlet’s Castle!

Kronborg Castle – Getting There! Kronborg is a magnificent Renaissance castle, and a great day trip from Copenhagen. It is located just outside the historic town of Helsingør, at the northern tip of Zealand, one of the main islands of Denmark. Getting there on public […]

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Roskilde Cathedral and Viking Museum

Roskilde Cathedral and Viking Museum

Roskilde Roskilde is 35 kilometres from Copenhagen and takes around 35 mins to reach by train from the Copenhagen’s central station.  A charming small coastal town, it was the original capital of Denmark up until 1443. Sue and Rick, our old friends, from Aberdeen University came […]

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My Ultimate Hygge – Aunty Gertie’s Coffee Cake

My Ultimate Hygge – Aunty Gertie’s Coffee Cake

Hygge In this post I am going to talk about hygge, and my favourite cake, my Aunt Gertie’s Coffee Cake. I am sure by now we have all heard of Hygge, the uniquely Danish concept. Hygge loosely translates to cozy, but is so much more. The […]

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Black Cats, Pancakes and Mardi Gras

Black Cats, Pancakes and Mardi Gras

Cats in a Barrel and Pancakes I cannot believe that Lent is so early this year. We have only just finished with exercise filled, alcohol avoiding, vegetarianish January (B,B-,B+) and now the season of abstinence is upon us again! So what exactly is Lent, and […]

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Copenhagen’s Lapidarium of Kings and Royal Cast Museum

Copenhagen’s Lapidarium of Kings and Royal Cast Museum

Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen has two rather strange museums, the Lapidarian of Kings and The Royal Cast Museum. Each museum is full of old statues. The statues are housed in rather fabulous buildings, about a mile apart, at opposite ends of the main waterfront of the […]

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Caramelised Onion Chutney

Caramelised Onion Chutney

Going Vegetarian in January! Our daughter Kat challenged Alan and I to go vegetarian in January. I have found it one of the easier dietary challenges and cannot say I am missing meat at all. (And yes, I did cook a roast chicken yesterday for […]

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Danish Christmas Traditions and Gløgg

Danish Christmas Traditions and Gløgg

The Danes love Christmas In Denmark the month of December is filled with special food, gifts and lots of parties. Copenhagen is extra sparkly with Christmas decorations and the Danes are getting their ‘hygge’ on, their special brand of warm and fuzzy so well suited […]

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Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen

Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen

Post and photographs by Carolyn Eddie. Additional Photographs by the always fabulous Kate Stoupas This post is a joint effort. My lovely friend, Kate Stoupas, a professional photographer, came to visit me when I first arrived in Copenhagen. Over four days, Kate took the most wonderful […]

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