hygge

  • 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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  • What hygge means to me – a portrait

    Anya Jensen 13th October 2016

    The special someone, who taught me everything there is to know about HYGGE is my Grandmother – (the word in Danish  is ‘MORMOR’). My Mormor is the Master of hygge, tasty old fashioned recipes, DIY projects and she is even a very accomplished flower decorator.…

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  • What is HYGGE?

    Anya Jensen 10th October 2016

    This weekend I launched the first edition of my ‘SIMPLY HYGGE’ magazine. I am overwhelmed by the response, and I am so proud you have all loved it. I have had so many lovely comments, and thumbs up, and I hope you ‘ll keep coming…

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  • Simply Hygge Magazine

    Anya Jensen 8th October 2016

    Today I am immensely proud to present my Simply Hygge Magazine with all of you. It is everything I usually share right here on the blog, just in one beautiful magazine. I have worked hard to get it just right, and it looks exactly like…

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  • Make your own Elderflower cordial

    Anya Jensen 11th June 2016

    I hadn’t tried elderflower cordial until I moved to London, and I can still remember the slightly perfumed flavour. I was instantly hooked but it wasn’t until I moved back home and recognised the scent one day that I recalled how much I actually liked it.…

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  • Welcome to SIMPLY DANISH LIVING

    Anya Jensen 26th May 2016

    Hello and a very warm welcome to my new blog SIMPLY DANISH LIVING. This blog has been on my mind for a while now, and I am more than excited to share it all with you. As some of you might know, I have been…

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  • Copenhagen MINIGUIDE

    Anya Jensen 24th May 2016

     Today I wanted to share a list of the sights I recommend If you are ever visiting my amazing capital Copenhagen. These are what one would call ‘Tourist attractions, but to be honest, it doesn’t make them any less attractive: TOURIST must sees: Tivoli – The oldest…

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  • The things that really matter

    Anya Jensen 15th May 2016

    When I was younger, I had the travelling bug and couldn’t get out of here fast enough. I finished school, and off I went to London – and ended up staying for 11 years, travelling all over the world, seeing everything. But every year I…

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  • Starting your urban garden

    Anya Jensen 14th May 2016

    I love this time of year where everything starts to sprout, and small flowers are popping up everywhere. We live in the city, but have our own small garden, where we love planting flowers, herbs and some vegetables. Now is the time to begin, so Audrey and…

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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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