Christmas in Denmark

See the latests news about Covid-19 restrictions at: https://coronasmitte.dk/en  The Countdown The countdown till Christmas already begins in mid-November. The streets are already getting lit, and the peak of "hygge-season" is approaching. At home, the countdown officially begins on 1 December. Typically families have a calendar candle (kalenderlys) which has the numbers from 1-24 written … Continue reading Christmas in Denmark

Copenhagen Restaurant Series: Aster (vegan café)

Prior to visiting Aster, I read about two of their key values on their website: plant-based nourishment is better for our bodies and being more responsible for the environment. As someone who is trying to eat more plant-based meals for the same reasons, Aster's key values really appealed to me. On a rainy Saturday, I … Continue reading Copenhagen Restaurant Series: Aster (vegan café)

Summer in Denmark

This post is updated at the end of every spring, so if some of the information is outdated, bear with us! We will make sure to bring you the relevant information when summer is once again near. However, we want to keep the post up and visible for those of you who might already be … Continue reading Summer in Denmark

Copenhagen Restaurant Series: VeVe

Recommended to me by a number of people, booking a dinner reservation at VeVe was a no brainer. With the name originating from the Danish words, Vegetarisk Verdenskøkken, (meaning vegetarian world cuisine) its no surprise that, as a vegetarian myself; I was immediately drawn to it. Given the higher price level of the restaurant, we saved … Continue reading Copenhagen Restaurant Series: VeVe

Your Guide to Danish Food Labels

In Denmark and in the EU there are a lot of initiatives and laws that make things easy for us consumers. There are several labels on the products we purchase that can help us figure out what the product contains and/or how it's been made. These labels can be quite confusing if you're new in … Continue reading Your Guide to Danish Food Labels