1 of 8A tasty danish.
2 of 8Hot dogs are a street-food favorite in Denmark. The bottle of Cocio is chocolate milk.
3 of 8I noshed on Smorrebrod (open sandwiches in Danish) for lunch.
4 of 8Somods Bolcher, a 117-year-old candy factory, churns out handmade candy.
5 of 8A candymaker makes sweet treats.
6 of 8Breakfast with fruit and danish.
7 of 8Herring platter for lunch -- my son ate this!
8 of 8Pork tenderloin platter -- pork is quite popular in Denmark.
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