Monthly Archives: November 2008

Thanksgiving from Afar

The smell of fresh rosemary, thyme and sage-marinated turkey roasting in the oven and homemade pies helps some, but nothing is quite like being in the U.S. for Thanksgiving. It’s something that is irreplacable and unduplicatable. Unlike Christmas, Thanksgiving is NOT  only celebrated anywhere except primarily in North America (in the States and Canada – a Canadian reader […]

Guide to Copenhagen Christmas Markets

  There is no place like Scandinavia during Christmastime. It’s cold, snowy and dark and one of the most cozy places on earth. Tasteful decorations are abound and a host of traditions incorporating Christian, Pagan, Norse Mythology and Winter Solstice celebrations keep the season bright. One of my most cherished traditions is going to Christmas markets. Handmade arts and […]