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I am a Danish male with grown-up children. I live in a large Copenhagen apartment on Vesterbro in central Copenhagen - just 2-3 minutes from the central railway station and Tivoli. I like to cook and entertain my guests. I work as a PR consultant but I am also a trained historian and can also tell you about Danish history and culture and answer your questions about Danish society and politics etc.
NB: In November and December I (only) do a traditional homecooked Danish Christmas dinner as most Danes eat Christmas evening. You will try:
Flyversjus (a traditional Danish highball/longdrink from the 50'ies)
Flæskesteg med rødkål, hvide og brune kartofler og brun sauce (Pork roast (tenderloin), red cabbage, potatoes and brown gravy. Served with red wine or beer/softdriks.
Risalamande (a creamy rice pudding with almonds and a cherry sauce)
Coffee og tea with traditional Danish Christmas cookies or homemade sweets
Danish, English, German and Scandinavian
Vesterbro is Copenhagen’s edgiest quarter is now the hippest place to be in Copenhagen. Sample Vesterbro's eclectic shops, diverse restaurants and funky bars. Formerly the Red Light District, up-and-coming Vesterbro boast its own Meatpacking District, with gritty bars and fine dining side-by-side. Thrilllist.com has listed the top 10 hipster neighbourhoods and Vesterbro comes in at number 4.