Duck Lever Paté

  Most Danes attend between three and four Christmas lunches around Christmas time.  Some of them are work related and take place on Friday nights. The buses and trains run all night and into the early morning hours. As you can guess, a lot of snaps and beers are consumed all well as 10-15 dishes. […]

Pancakes with Figs and Pears

NIMB RESTAURANT AND HOTEL A trip to Tivoli is not complete without a meal eaten at one of the many restaurants. My husband and I  ate at Nimb, a  beautiful restaurant and hotel inside Tivoli.  It was built in 1909 in a Moorish inspired Historic style. For dessert we had the best pancakes, or maybe […]

White Gløgg and Jewish Cookies

At Christmas time, small shops pop up everywhere. Here you can shop for  presents, Christmas decorations and even food. This little village is found in Tivoli. And no, we don’t have snow YET. My husband and I when to Tivoli for a few hours yesterday. When we were tried, we sat down in a little […]

Honey Cake Hearts

My first Christmas in Denmark, many years ago, I was invited to spend the evening with my Danish boyfriend and his parents. The Danes celebrate Christmas Eve as the most important day of Christmas. The evening starts around 4 or 5 in the afternoon and a large dinner is served, More on that later. After […]

Christmas Ham With Creamed Spinach

Now that Christmas has arrived, it is always nice to have guests. This ham is a great dish of many or for just a few guests. Always nice to have some ham leftovers for sandwiches to eat on busy days when we all have  been shopping and making preparations.             […]

Advent Sunday with æbleskiver “Danish Donuts”

Sunday the 3rd  of December is the first Sunday in Advent. This means there is less than a  month, or four sundays until Christmas eve. Advent  marks the beginning of the Christmas season. Many families invite familie and friends to eat Christmas Donuts and drink Gløgg, mulled hot wine, on the first sunday Others will invite family over for a […]

Christmas Crullers “Klejner” in Danish

Today is the first day of December and Danes all over the country are lighting their Calendar candles. The candle is marked with 24 numbers and the idea is that the candle should burn a little each day. When the number reaches 24, it should be Christmas Eve the 24th of December.  Christmas Eve is […]