Scandinavian Smørrebrød and Smörgåsbord

Danish smørrebrød (open sandwiches) eaten daily with cutlery are miniature works of art with a near-infinite choice of toppings. Lined up in café windows,...

Scandinavian Herring

Clupea harengus: Herrings are the backbone of Scandinavian fish cookery, and are not endangered at the moment, even if some strains, as in the...
Food and Drink in Denmark

Food and Drink in Denmark

In Denmark, model ships hang in every church, as if to remind parishioners to give thanks for the fruits of the sea. Fish, particularly...

Scandinavian Master Chefs in New York City

A short subway ride from Manhattan by the L line, we enter Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Why do people travel over the bridges from Manhattan and...

Scandinavian Food and Drink

Brace yourself for a gastronomic treat: fresh seafood, wild berries and succulent game washed down by fiery aquavit is the order of the day. There’s...
Cocktails in Copenhagen

Cocktails in Copenhagen

Enjoy your cocktails in Copenhagen. Danes might be famous for their beer, but Copenhageners enjoy a good cocktail too. The Danish capital has several...
Hot Spots in Copenhagen

Hot Spots in Copenhagen

The Daily Scandinavian Team has explored hot spots in Copenhagen together with local friends to find out where to stay, where to eat and...

Aarhus – European Capital of Culture 2017

Hip bars, plenty of hygge and daring design, Aarhus - European Capital of Culture 2017, Denmark’s second largest city, invites visitors to be happy...

Christmas in Denmark’s City of Smiles

Aarhus is a fine alternative to a Copenhagen weekend. The city has also been appointed European Capital of Culture 2017, but has so far...

The Scandinavian Herring Adventure

In the early Middle Ages, the sound between Sweden and Denmark was so full of herrings that the water seemed to boil. When the...
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