The flat toaster in Denmark – indispensable and a holiday memory

Who does not know her. The flat table roaster in the Danish holiday homes. You can use these toasters to prepare your rolls or toast very easily, nothing gets stuck. They have a timer to keep things from charring. You simply place the things you want to toast on the toasting surface of the bread … Read more

Waldorf salad – a typical Danish autumn dish – the original recipe here

Waldorf salad recipe

Waldorf salad, the classic winter and Christmas salad, goes well with turkey and duck. Waldorf salad is typical for Denmark in the cooler season. It supplies the body with important nutrients such as vitamins in a delicious way. With this recipe you can easily make Waldorf salad yourself Cut the celery leaf into thin slices. … Read more

Eating out in historical places in Denmark

Eat the history, culture and architecture of Denmark in North Jutland North Jutland – Denmark’s aptly named “Land of Light” – offers an abundance of things to walk away from extensive, sun-drenched stretches of beach and world-class attractions such as the Viking Museum Lindholm Høje or the recently renovated Skagen Museum, in one of the … Read more

Sol over Gudhjem

Try the delicious Bornholm fish specialty “Sol over Gudhjem” when you visit Bornholm. Sol over Gudhjem – a real Bornholm specialty They have Bornholm don’t visit if you like the Bornholm specialty Sol over Gudhjem have not tried. Bornholm’s regional dish and smoked bread with smoked herring, egg yolks, radishes and chives are an old … Read more

What do you eat in Denmark?

Hot dog in Denmark

The Kingdom of Denmark is surrounded by water on three sides. Therefore, of course, fish plays an important role in Danish cuisine. But there is also a lot of agriculture on the fertile soil. People in Denmark know how to enjoy themselves. One eats with pleasure and often. The day begins with Morgenmad, the Danish breakfast. Frokost is a cold snack that is taken for lunch. This is followed by the eftermiddag coffee. Middagsmad is the main warm meal of the day. Even if the term suggests lunch: The Danes eat their middagsmad in the evening. This meal is also known as aftensmad in Danish. In between, the appetite is satisfied with a hot dog or another sausage at the snack bar.

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