In Denmark, Danishes Aren't Actually Danish

In Denmark, Danishes Aren't Actually Danish

[Extra Crispy] Upon moving to Copenhagen in 2006 for a year-long exchange, one of the first words I learned in Danish was wienerbrød. As important as it was to know how to say “hello” and “goodbye” (hej and hej hej, respectively), it was just as imperative that I be able to order the flaky, sweet pastries that are the highlight of an indulgent breakfast spread.

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