• Glutenfree Rhubarb and raspberry crumble

    Anya Jensen 16th November 2020

    Well, well well, it is getting colder, so what do we do to make things a little cozier here in Denmark? We create hygge. Simple hygge is literally staying indoors, with a good book, film, something hot to drink, loads of candles, and of course something warming, something baked. We have also added cooking/baking to our weekendplan, and today we decided to make the ever-popular Rhubarb and raspberry crumble. Since the…

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  • SMØRREBRØD – our beloved Danish open sandwich

    Anya Jensen 15th April 2017

    SMØRREBRØD (means bread with butter really) was actually invented by working people who had to eat their lunch away from their home. They would use leftovers from last night’s dinner, and pile it on top of their rye bread so that they could keep the hunger at…

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  • Boiled eggs and soldiers

    Anya Jensen 4th February 2017

    Every single weekend- (almost without a fail) – we have boiled eggs and soldiers for breakfast. I am not trying to claim that they’re a particular Danish thing, but I have eaten boiled eggs and soldiers since I was a child. In Denmark, we call these…

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  • Tomatmad – simply Danish food

    Anya Jensen 24th June 2016

    One of the things the Danes are fond of is using fresh produce and making simple, but tasty food. We are well renowned for our Smørrebrød – you know the infamous Danish Open Sandwiches (more to come on the topic next week) but it is also very…

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  • Sticky cinnamon buns

    Anya Jensen 11th May 2016

    One of my favourite flavours, when I bake, is cinnamon. When we go to the bakery here in Denmark, I always pick a cinnamon Danish without a doubt. Usually, when you try and replicate a Danish, it ends up rather dry because we make it…

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