Monthly Archives: July 2008

The Copenhagen Markets is coming

As a follow up to my “Where to find green leafies in Denmark,” post I have discovered a couple more tid bits of info that may be of interest. First, I was tipped off on a web site called http://www.farmersmarket.dk that led me to discover one of the biggest/best farmer’s markets in Copenhagen is located in […]

Copenhagen 7th Most Expensive City (also best to live in, best for quality of life and best design city)

The annual Mercer Worldwide Cost of Living survey was recently published for 2008 in late July. Not surprisingly, Copenhagen ranked 7th, down from 6th in 2007, and Moscow ranks number one as the most expensive city in the world. Click on the link above to see the entire list. Mercer also ranked Copenhagen as the 11th […]

Finding Green Leafies in Denmark

It’s no secret that dark green leafies are the kings of all vegetables containing the highest nutrient density. Unfortunately, they are hard to find in Denmark. Since most produce is seasonal and local or very selectively imported it can make for slim pickings when it comes to variety in produce. This is great especially if you subscribe […]