What makes the Copenhagen bicycle experience superb?(Part 1)


Copenhagen is a great bike city and lies up there with Amsterdam and other Danish cities as the most bikeable in the world. I often ponder what makes the Copenhagen biking experience so superb and I I’ve reached a conclusion. In this two parts series of posts I’m going to analyze what makes Copenhagen so Continue Reading →

Chicken in the oven. Simple. Sustainable. Delicious.


Making your own food is sustainable and easy on the wallet. So the question usually isn’t why but how. Well, here’s one simple way to make an easy, healthy, well-cooked meal. Take a whole chicken and put it into an oven-safe dish. Truss the chicken by tying it’s legs together, this is to keep moisture. Continue Reading →

Fynsk Forår


We simply have to recommend the most fantastic organic beer from Ørbæk Brewery on the Danish island Fyn. This light and fruity summer beer, as they promote it, can be bought in most supermarkets in Denmark and certainly can be drunk all year around. Half a liter usually costs 20 DKK, a fairly good price for Continue Reading →

Isangs. The body shop that cares.


I’ve long been looking for a place in Copenhagen that aligns with my plastic-free dogma. Well, I finally found it. It’s a little place called Isangs. Laura and I found it while stumbling along Istedsgade. The shop specializes in body care products and has a salt of the earth ambiance with two awesome owners who Continue Reading →

Louisiana, Museum of Modern Art


For this post we’re stepping a little bit outside of sustainability and a little bit outside of Copenhagen. Suck it up. We visited Louisiana this Sunday and it was absolutely magnificent. I’ll tell you all about this wonder of a museum with fine architecture in Humlebaek, Denmark. The museum was originally an estate and is Continue Reading →