Just like us, they usually have coffee or tea and jam on bread for breakfast. Milk and cereals are popular with the young ones too.
For lunch time, those who packed food from home consisting of slices of rye bread buttered and covered with for instance various kinds of sausage, sliced boiled egg or liver paste, a baked mixture of chopped pig’s liver and lard of a spreadable consistency.
A variety of jam manufactured by a Danish company was available for testing too.
Denmark is also famous for their baked goods such as cakes and sweets. Although there weren’t any Danish pastries served, there were some Danish butter cookies served alongside some variety of chocolates which melts in your mouth.
The day would not be complete without the sampling of their famous cheese. While the traditional, commonly eaten cheese in Denmark is mild, there are also stronger cheeses associated with Danish cuisine. That being said, four different kind of cheese were served with their taste from mild to strong, so everyone could sample them.