What to do when your flight is delayed and you’re stuck with meal vouchers in Copenhagen Airport? Well I decided to go to MASH and have a big and juicy ribeye steak. Rare, with fries and béarnaise sauce.
Now MASH and
In the wake of Noma and the international hype of Nordic cuisine, several Danish restaurants have more or less successfully started experimenting within the discipline Yummy Modern Nordic Food. Traditional cuts such as tenderloin and pork chops are ditched in
The last couple of months, I’ve been in Denmark, while Poul has been flying all over the world, so we haven’t seen much of each other lately. Though last week, Poul had a layover in Copenhagen, and we could finally
Last weekend I was visiting my parents and at the local bakery, I was excited to find a real Danish classic: A Kaj cake. Kaj is a green frog, and together with his best friend, the parrot Andrea, he used
December is here and in Denmark, this means Julefrokost season! Julefrokost, Christmas lunch, is a Danish Christmas party, which usually starts at noon and goes on until last man standing. We eat different kinds of traditional Danish Christmas food and
In Copenhagen, I also met with another friend, Tina, whom I’ve known since high school. Back in the days, we spent so much time together that my parents for a while thought we had a romantic relationship. It even got
Smørrebrød (open sandwiches) has always been an integral and beloved part of traditional Danish cuisine. In its most basic form, it consists of rye bread with butter and different sorts of cold cuts, fish or pâtés.
Aamanns is one of the
Copenhagen: Boba at The Mad Hatter Bubble Tea Emporium
“But ALL Asians love bubble tea!” a friend of mine insisted the other day, when I confided that I wasn’t really into one of the greatest Asian phenomena after Psy. Trust me, I really, really wanted to like bubble tea,
Tante T (Auntie T) is a cozy café close to the Central Station, and it’s one of my all-time favorite spots in Copenhagen in Copenhagen. Stepping inside the café is like stepping inside your grandma’s house, because everything, from the
Copenhagen: The day I got a visit from a religious sect
Early this morning, an insistent ringing on my front door woke me up. Bleary-eyed and still in my pajamas I toppled out of bed and opened the door just to see…Two Koreans, asking me to let them in!
Real Koreans (not adopted