In Denmark we use the metric system, because it’s easy to understand, easy to use – simple and logic. Well, as long as it’s not your mother you ask for help with a certain family recipe. Or ask friends about how much food to bring to a party. Or ask a chef for his secret … Read moreThe non-specific measurement system
”En kok” isn’t a male body part, but means ’Chef’ in Danish – as in a person that cooks. In rural areas though you may still hear people refer to the loud noises in the morning as “kokken galer”, and then it is the rooster they are referring to. Not the local chef. A rooster … Read moreChefs and chickens
What does the animals say? All languages has given a ‘word’ to the sound an animals makes, a sound mimicking word or onomatopoietikon, if you want to get fancy. Here are some examples in Danish: En hund gør: vov vov En høne kagler: gok-gok En kat mjaver: miav En frø kvækker: kvæk-kvæk En fugl pipper: pip-pip … Read moreHvad siger dyrene?