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Coffee 2:25 Thu Mar 25
Danish food - any good?
I can't think of any dish that's typically Danish. There must be some, because all countries have their own specialities. Anyone been to Denmark and can recommend something good, other than Frikkadellen?

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Aalborg Hammer 3:01 Wed Mar 31
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When I worked out there the 2 things I was always asked to bring back was fags (they were-not sure now-the second biggest tobacco consumer in Europe behind Greece) and Danish bacon because the good stuff is kept by for export .
The town I stayed in had a massive pig farm and the whole town was heated off of the slurry processing plant
The funny fact at the time was a Danish girl would shag you all night long but if she really liked you,she'd buy you a beer

Guy Gibsons Dog 2:46 Wed Mar 31
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Ironically the majority of bacon in the shops is streaky bacon...
On supermarket sold something called English bacon which is what is sold in the UK

Lato 12:32 Wed Mar 31
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Can't be bothered to check if anyone has mentioned this...BACON!

jakehammer 6:57 Wed Mar 31
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Swiss, the Stockholm archipelago is awesome. The islands and nature are breathtaking as you know. As for semlor, Annika makes them herself. She spoils this old fart something rotten.

Guy Gibsons Dog 12:09 Wed Mar 31
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What I liked about Denmark is they have bodega...basically a place you can drink and smoke, then they have cafe, then restaurant...
Bar 7 in CPH was good

Guy Gibsons Dog 12:03 Wed Mar 31
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Just woken up after a session...OMG

Wish I could get a few 7 Eleven hotdogs....Danish cuisine at its best

Guy Gibsons Dog 11:54 Tue Mar 30
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There was a great pizza place on Falcanor Alle...could not get anything on on a Sunday..full of police stuffing their guts.

There were a few good restaurant on the three lakes...one the French Restaurant...there were a few others but generally forgotten them

Swiss. 7:54 Tue Mar 30
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Guy Gibsons Dog 5:31 Tue Mar 30

Haha the chilli bite or cheese bite from 7 Eleven. I love all that relish stuff you cab add. The dried onions. Same in Stockholm. Almost every street corner.

Have a great pizza chain as well Ciao Ciao. They have that in Copenhagen?

Guy Gibsons Dog 5:31 Tue Mar 30
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I lived in Copenhagen and can say Danish food is pretty shit.

The best thing was the hot dogs from 7 Eleven at the end of Falconer Alle near the London Pub

Swiss. 3:59 Tue Mar 30
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Billy/ Jake

I guess you'll be eating those delicious Semla cakes about now?

I still have those large decorated paper eggs from Easter. The ones you fill with sweets.

Swiss. 3:55 Tue Mar 30
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Jake

You have to love the archipelago in summer. Nothing beats it.

Chip Shop Charlie 10:21 Mon Mar 29
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My wife's Swedish (I've lived there since 87) and I have to agree that some of the grub is spectacular.
Chocolate 'kladdkaka' has to be one of my favourites, followed closely by Janssons Frestelse.

jakehammer 9:40 Mon Mar 29
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Billy, her family had a farm in Liatorp, out in the sticks near Karlskrona.
BTW, did you ever try ostkaka? it a king of pudding. really nice with a dollop or ten of lingon on it. speaking of lingon, one funny thing i still find hard to get my head round after all these years is the fact that Swedes eat blood pudding with lingon on it instaed having it with a full "english" like ti's done here.

jakehammer 9:34 Mon Mar 29
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swiss, annika is from Enskede, but her family moved out to Tyreso when she was young. The summerhouse like many of them sat on an island in the Skargard (archipelago)
near Tyreso brevik, south east Stockholm.

Razzle 4:19 Mon Mar 29
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Bacon

Texas Iron 3:07 Mon Mar 29
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Smorgasbord...

Open sandwiches...Mostly cold...fish seafood...salad...cold meat

Many different breads...

icwhs 1:23 Mon Mar 29
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I moved to Sweden in 1989

Still here

billywhitehorse 10:34 Sun Mar 28
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Whoops.

billywhitehorse 10:34 Sun Mar 28
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Jakehammer

My Mrs' family are originally from Blekinge! We spent summer of 2019 around there and Ahus.

Swiss. 10:06 Sun Mar 28
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jakehammer 9:57 Sun Mar 28

I lived/worked there for 3 years between 2004 and 2007. First Ostermalmsgatan then Karlavagan.

What part of sthlm is your wife from?

billywhitehorse 10:06 Sun Mar 28
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Jakehammer

My Mrs' family are originally from Blekinge! We spent summer of 2019 around there and Ahus.

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