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Imperial Stout, Nogne, Denmark

Imperial Stout, Nogne, Denmark

This photo needs a bit of explanation, so bear with me. In Denmark we pay a deposit every time we buy a bottle or a can of beer or soft drinks. When we give them back to the store, or any other store, we get the deposit back. This was introduced to get people to recycle the cans and bottles, thereby saving a bit of nature's resources and minimizing the mess in parks and forests. However Danes being lazy and a bit too well-off, many just leave the cans or bottles when and where they are done…

This photo needs a bit of explanation, so bear with me. In Denmark we pay a deposit every time we buy a bottle or a can of beer or soft drinks. When we give them back to the store, or any other store, we get the deposit back. This was introduced to get people to recycle the cans and bottles, thereby saving a bit of nature's resources and minimizing the mess in parks and forests. However Danes being lazy and a bit too well-off, many just leave the cans or bottles when and where they are done…

Copenhagen, Denmark.  It's home to the happiest people in the world, so expect to see a lot of smiles. Also, expect beer for lunch. In terms of sites, you'd be a fool not to walk the beautiful canals, or to visit the self-governing "free town" of Christiania where soft drugs are enjoyed freely and artists and hippies compete for your attention in the shops and colorful bazaar. That there is a daily ferry to Oslo is a bonus.

Copenhagen, Denmark. It's home to the happiest people in the world, so expect to see a lot of smiles. Also, expect beer for lunch. In terms of sites, you'd be a fool not to walk the beautiful canals, or to visit the self-governing "free town" of Christiania where soft drugs are enjoyed freely and artists and hippies compete for your attention in the shops and colorful bazaar. That there is a daily ferry to Oslo is a bonus.

Ymer, ymerdrys & berries | Ymer is Denmark’s version of sour milk, but in this recipe you can use natural yoghurt instead. It is sprinkled with ymerdrys, a crunchy sweet topping made from Danish rye bread. As it is such an essential component of this recipe, make sure to use an authentic rye bread here, not a light, fluffy version. The bread’s malty and sweet taste is a perfect complement to the slightly sour ymer or yoghurt.

Ymer, ymerdrys & berries | Ymer is Denmark’s version of sour milk, but in this recipe you can use natural yoghurt instead. It is sprinkled with ymerdrys, a crunchy sweet topping made from Danish rye bread. As it is such an essential component of this recipe, make sure to use an authentic rye bread here, not a light, fluffy version. The bread’s malty and sweet taste is a perfect complement to the slightly sour ymer or yoghurt.

Despite being a cemetery full of respected great Danes such as Hans Christian Andersen, Søren Kierkegaard, and Niels Bohr, Assistens is not the reverent and somber place you might expect it to be. Located slap bang in Copenhagen’s vibrant and noisy Nørrebro district, this little slice of heaven is filled with secluded spots where you can chill out with a book, steal a romantic kiss, or grill on a grave over a few beers with friends.

Despite being a cemetery full of respected great Danes such as Hans Christian Andersen, Søren Kierkegaard, and Niels Bohr, Assistens is not the reverent and somber place you might expect it to be. Located slap bang in Copenhagen’s vibrant and noisy Nørrebro district, this little slice of heaven is filled with secluded spots where you can chill out with a book, steal a romantic kiss, or grill on a grave over a few beers with friends.

Despite being a cemetery full of respected great Danes such as Hans Christian Andersen, Søren Kierkegaard, and Niels Bohr, Assistens is not the reverent and somber place you might expect it to be. Located slap bang in Copenhagen’s vibrant and noisy Nørrebro district, this little slice of heaven is filled with secluded spots where you can chill out with a book, steal a romantic kiss, or grill on a grave over a few beers with friends.

Despite being a cemetery full of respected great Danes such as Hans Christian Andersen, Søren Kierkegaard, and Niels Bohr, Assistens is not the reverent and somber place you might expect it to be. Located slap bang in Copenhagen’s vibrant and noisy Nørrebro district, this little slice of heaven is filled with secluded spots where you can chill out with a book, steal a romantic kiss, or grill on a grave over a few beers with friends.

There’s a gaping disconnect among Republicans in 2015 between their worship of the 40th president and the reality of his long public career.

There’s a gaping disconnect among Republicans in 2015 between their worship of the 40th president and the reality of his long public career.

Nyhavn, meaning New Haven, was originally a busy commercial port where ships from all over the world would dock. The area teemed with sailors, ladies of pleasure, pubs and alehouses. Over the years the beautiful old slanted houses were gradually renovated and classy restaurants started popping up. In summer Nyhavn is a popular hangout for dining and drinks. If you do not like the prices, do like the locals and buy a beer from a nearby store and rest your feet at the quayside.

Nyhavn, meaning New Haven, was originally a busy commercial port where ships from all over the world would dock. The area teemed with sailors, ladies of pleasure, pubs and alehouses. Over the years the beautiful old slanted houses were gradually renovated and classy restaurants started popping up. In summer Nyhavn is a popular hangout for dining and drinks. If you do not like the prices, do like the locals and buy a beer from a nearby store and rest your feet at the quayside.

I'm not sure how or when I stumbled across Josephine's blog, A Tasty Love  Story, but I am ever grateful to have done so. Living in Denmark, Josephine  takes a sincere approach to whole foods, giving a Nordic twist to the  recipes that grace her table. Josephine understands ingredients in such an  honest manner and uses her camera to tell their story. I know you'll love  her stories, too.  This is my very first guest post – and wow I never imagined that it would  be at one of my absolute ...

I'm not sure how or when I stumbled across Josephine's blog, A Tasty Love Story, but I am ever grateful to have done so. Living in Denmark, Josephine takes a sincere approach to whole foods, giving a Nordic twist to the recipes that grace her table. Josephine understands ingredients in such an honest manner and uses her camera to tell their story. I know you'll love her stories, too. This is my very first guest post – and wow I never imagined that it would be at one of my absolute ...

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