Topics :: Copenhagen
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Wednesday Mar 21, 2012
Ever since Copenhagen’s Noma has been repeatedly named "Best Restaurant in the World," the city has become a foodie mecca - and when combined with a history of timeless design, Copenhagen is a true haven for gays who love everything related to good taste.
By Mark Thompson | Wednesday Mar 21, 2012
Denmark has long held a fascination for gay people, thanks to timeless interior design alongside LGBT civil rights - and now that Copenhagen is the foodie mecca of Northern Europe, the Danes are welcoming LGBT people from all over the globe.
Friday Oct 7, 2011
Danish design is revered around the world for not only its sleek lines and simplicity but also for its functionality. The vision that inspired world-famous, classic Danish design of the 1950s and 1960s is thriving in Denmark today.
Sunday May 8, 2011
Nordic Cuisine is exploding in popularity; Restaurant Noma has been awarded world’s best restaurant for the second year in a row. From 19 to 28 August, you can get a taste of what it’s all aabout when the seventh Copenhagen Cooking festival takes place.
By AMY SERAFIN | Tuesday Oct 19, 2010
To cook like the world’s best chef you might try his recipe for snails, which instructs the reader to feed them lettuce for a couple of days, put them in a pan of water, and bring it to a boil, "making sure that the snails don’t escape."
By Jason Salzenstein | Sunday Jan 31, 2010
Having heard about the fabulous LGBT events being held in Copenhagen this year, EDGE travel editor Jason Salzenstein decided to find out what was attracting the large crowds to this beautiful Danish capital city. He found out that it wasn’t just the promise of hot Vikings. More after the jump...
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