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“Copenhagen Cooking” Food Festival in August

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"Copenhagen Cooking", Kronberg Restaurant, Copenhagen, Denmark (Photo by Susan McKee0Copenhagen, Denmark, is a world-class gastronomic metropolis. New places constantly sprout everywhere in a city already filled to the brim with fantastic restaurants that attract guests and chefs from all over the world, all of which are vital to the unique foodscene of Copenhagen. Crafty entrepreneurs create the foods of tomorrow and producers conjure up local produce in the middle of the city.

All of this and more is celebrated at Copenhagen Cooking – a 10-day food festival that makes the whole city sizzle and bubble. This year’s dates are August 20 through 29, 2021.

"Copenhagen Cooking", Copenhagen, Denmark (Photo by Susan McKee)Your Road Trips Foodie was lucky enough to be in Copenhagen during the 2015 “Copenhagen Cooking”, and I’m delighted to report that it’s a fabulous time to dine in Denmark.

I was able to sample two events: an all-pork dinner (right) and a classic Smørrebrød menu (the photo above, left is the sole and shrimp course).

This year will be especially welcome, as it comes post-pandemic. (You can see a gallery of photos from the last “Copenhagen Cooking” in 2019 here.)

Copenhagen Cooking is (except for 2020) an annual food festival in the Danish capital. Over the course of ten days in late August; chefs, restaurants, gastro-nerds, cultural institutions, and foodies join forces to celebrate the city’s food scene.

The program features both Danish and international talent. In the open program “Cooking i Byen“, restaurants, chefs, and cultural institutions offer special dining experiences.

At Israels Plads in the middle of Copenhagen you find the Festival Square with a varied program filled with long table dinners, talks, workshops, and show kitchens.

The festival also hosts a number of conferences and symposia aimed at people working in the food industry at Business Events. The purpose is to share knowledge, exchange ideas, and inspire each other.

Høstfestival Frederiksberg” is a new initiative (an extension of the høstfest). Høstfestival aims to engage and involve local businesses and organizations from Frederiksberg in a joint harvest theme – “From farm to table”.

Copenhagen Cooking & Food Festival was started in 2004 by Wonderful Copenhagen. Since 2017, the secretariat has been part of The Food Organization of Denmark (FOOD).

FOOD is a non-profit organization working to develop Denmark, so food and food production become a path to growth, development, and experiences.

(Photos ©2015 by Susan McKee)

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