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The Food Lover’s Guide To Denmark

June 17, 2015

Food Lovers Guide To Denmark

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Denmark is a land of traditions that tie the cuisine to the land and sea. The food bloggers of this gorgeous country live both in and out of that tradition.

Danish Food Blogs

Danish food bloggers range from the truly professional, including several published authors, to the slightly off-beat and “mad”.

The food range is extraordinarily diverse. Anyone choosing to live in Denmark will enjoy these culinary guides.

Here’s a List of the Most Famous Danish Food to Choose From


Nordic Food Lab – From gin to salmon, this food blog covers anything and everythingnordic-food-lab in Scandinavian and exotic foods. They even have their own radio station! They helped develop the menu for the recent “Pestival” that is a mobile festival celebrating insects. How about some delicious roasted locusts? It might sound crazy, but the recipe sounds delicious. (Twitter)

The Food Club – This healthy food blog by accomplished cookbook author, Ditte Ingemannthe-food-club, is worth translating. Her recipes are bright, delicious and filled with lots of healthy vegetables and nuts. Many of her recipes are vegetarian, but she also appeals to meat eaters as well. Check in and try her vegetarian Waffle Burgers recipe. (Facebook)

My New Roots – Sarah B. is a Holistic Nutritionist and Certified Nutritionalmy-new-roots Practitioner (CNP). She hates “labels” on her food preferences. She instead likes to be known as “a person who eats.” Her blog is a wonderland of fun and healthy foods that are designed to strengthen the body while still thrilling the tastebuds. (Twitter)

Madet Mere – Written by Thomas, this blog started in 2012 from a late nightmadet-mere fit of food madness. Thomas takes us on a food ride with recipes and restaurant reviews. You will need to translate this blog (we recommend opening it up with Google Chrome). (Facebook)

A Tasty Love Story – Josephine creates “Addictive Recipes with a Nordic Twist”,tasty-love-story like beluga stuffed avocados and parsley hummus. More than simply writing about food, she is pushing the boundaries of what food can be, always with a hint of her Scandinavian home in Copenhagen. (Facebook)

Louisa Lorang – Louisa writes about everything from burgers to salads to Indianlouisa-lorang foods to sweets. Her blog is very neatly divided into categories making it simple to find just what you’re craving for. She also runs contests for her readers that adds to the excitement of this wonderful Danish eating experience journal. Simply translate and enjoy. (Instagram)

Gane & Gaffel – Translate and follow two food bloggers moving through life.gane-gaffel You get a feel for their everyday which is a nice for a Demark newcomer. There are wonderful recipes but also tours through the cupboards to find great food combinations from what is on hand. (Facebook)


Very Good Food – Based in Copenhagen, this is a great restaurant review blog thatvery-good-food displays the diversity of the city’s eateries with well-written reviews and magazine-quality photographs. Don’t go out for a great dinner in Copenhagen without consulting this blog. (Facebook)

Copenhagen Cakes – Written in Danish by Cecilia from Copenhagen, she is a publishedcopenhagen-cakes author with a book appropriately named, Copenhagen Cakes. It’s great for locals as well as foreigners, with a sweet tooth. This is where art and food meet deliciously. (Facebook)

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