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Resurrecting Edible Flowers in Denmark

Flowers are usually not thought of as something to be eaten. They are more often seen as decorative items whether it is on homes or personal accessories. There was actually a time in Denmark when the consumption of edible flowers was believed to have been almost stopped during the 18th century. Judging however on the more aggressive use of such ingredients especially in popular fine dining establishments and tourist destinations, it is quite clear that consuming edible flowers will remain in Denmark. […]

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Denmark Food is To Die For!

Although Danish cuisine may not appeal of interest to a lot of people, it definitely is something very impressive. Known for veggies and fruits that are pickled, the Danes continue to serve the world with food that authentically represents their rich cultural heritage. Their local specialties are a must-try! […]

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Taste The Delicious Denmark

Denmark is one of the most desired destinations in the world. Apart from the rich culture that it has to offer, it also comes with a heritage that no other European country can compare. If you are travelling to Denmark, make sure to enjoy all the richness that it has to offer. Everything is just so appetizing! […]

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Food Facts of the Danes

For several years, research institutes continue to do research to learn more about the eating and exercise habits of Danes. Their initiative is mainly to promote healthier eating habits to Danes to reduce the risk of developing serious diseases. Before you lose all interest in learning more about how Danes keep their bodies healthy, here are a few facts about their eating and exercise habits. Who knows? These could work for you too? […]

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Winemaking in Denmark

When climate is considered, Denmark is not really an obvious choice for winegrowing. In spite of initial challenges though, the country’s wine industry is slowly but surely making a mark. The small vineyards found in Jutland, Lolland, and Funen among other areas, have proven that there is indeed a future for Danish wine. […]

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The Danish Rullepolse

One of the more popular Danish specialty is the Rullepølse. Many are in the opinion that is the best deli meat. If you are wondering what it is, Rullepølse is cured pork belly seasoned with aromatic herbs and spices including thyme. cloves, and allspice. What is especially delightful about this Danish delicacy is that it is very easy to make. Some are even quick to note that it could probably be harder for foreigners to pronounce its name correctly than make it. […]

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Everything to know about Danish Food

During the times when majority of Denmark’s population were into farming and fishing, food preparation needed to address the need for energy and preservation. The Danes of olden times were known to be very hardworking. It is in this environment and condition that preserved meat became not only a delicious option but a practical one as well. […]

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What is the Danish Koldt Bord?

The Danish Koldt Bord is Denmark’s equivalent of the Swedish smorgasbord. It is essentially a type of meal service observed in Scandinavian countries where different hot and cold dishes are laid out buffet style. The Danish term translates to cool table.  […]

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Fresh Food Festival in Denmark

Since the year 2009, Denmark has been holding an interesting food event annually. It is called the Fresh Food Festival and by its nanme it is easy enough to deduce what kind of food takes center stage here. The most recent one was held last July 2014 at Osted Efterskole, a place which usually serves as a boarding school for teenagers. The venue is about 30-40 minutes drive from Copenhagen, the capital city of Denmark. […]

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What Sets Danish Food Apart from the Rest?

Danish cooking is historically rooted to peasant dishes. Before the Industrial Revolution came, preference for natural product produce from family or neighborhood farms was high. Food such as potato, bread, and salted pork were the main staples then. Preference for fresh meat and green vegetables came much later as encouraged by industrialization. […]

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