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Episode # 66 – Copenhagen Cooking Festival, Inspirational Food Blog, Job Market and Danish Actors

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This week we attend one of the most current events in the city - Copenhagen Cooking Festival. It was a little bit crazy to ride on the Copenhagen Metro (called MMM Metro), which served various foods to its passengers. Great experience and nice music. In this episode, we also review a very inspirational food blog by Trine Lai. As the guys are on the MMM Metro, Julie went out to speak with the consultant at Dansk Industri about the Danish employment market. And finally we answer a viewers' question about the Danish actors. Enjoy the episode!

Websites and resources shared in this Episode are as follows:
copenhagencooking.dk (Copenhagen Cooking Festival)
verygoodfood.dk (A very inspirational food blog by Trine Lai)
blog.politiken.dk/trines (A food section on Politiken by Trine Lai)
di.dk (Dansk Industri)

Other Useful Resources:
CopenhagenClicks.com (An ever-growing collection of web resources to make your stay more fun and enjoyable)
Consult with MyDenmarkTV team (Via telephone, to help you make your stay in Denmark more enjoyable)
MyDenmarkTV.com Copenhagen Tours (Book a guided tour by water or by bicycle and explore the best of the sights and sounds of Copenhagen)

If you enjoyed this episode, you might be interested in:

  1. Episode # 65 – Copenhagen’s Songwriter Festival, Internet Provider Comparison Tool and a Job Hunting Tip
  2. Episode # 19 – Driverless Metro, Inexpensive Traveling, Law-abiding Danes, Copenhagen Business School, Clubbing, Stock Market
  3. Episode # 51 – Copenhagen Photo Festival and Copenhagen Photographers Meetups
  4. Episode # 41 – Danish Kroner, Cheap Computers, Yummy Cakes, Job Hunting Resource and Arken
  5. Episode # 46 – Raw Food and Fun Segway Rides in the Heart of Copenhagen. Also MyDenmarkTV’s Contest!

Comments

11 Responses to “Episode # 66 – Copenhagen Cooking Festival, Inspirational Food Blog, Job Market and Danish Actors”

  1. Jessica Hanna says:

    Hi i love this program!! Please do something about how to become an au pair in Denmark. Also I would like to learn more about Danish day to day life.

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  2. Waseem Asghar says:

    Hi Producer,

    I miss Katie, where is she? Her style of presentation is very unique.. Will she come back? I am looking forward to her.

    Waiting for your feedback,

    Regards,

    Mr. Waseem Asghar

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  3. fb_avatar VladimirChen says:

    Waseem, thanks for the comment and sadly, Katie will not be on the show. You can read the Team Update here http://www.mydenmarktv.com/2010/02/06/team-update-1/ However, we are very excited about bringing some unique personalities in the near future. So stay tuned! ;)

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  4. Waseem Asghar says:

    Dear Producer,

    Thanks for the reply. I have following suggestion for your show:

    (a) You should include as part of learning one or two words of Danish vocabulory so that Danish Language could also be learned from your show as well

    (b) There should be tips for Expatriates about Social Security Systems, Health Care system, Tax laws, Savings, Raod maps, Transportation, Insurances, etc. in each episode, if possible, however.

    If you welcome my suggestions, I shall continue to give you some suggestions frequently.

    Best regards for your Show.

    Mr. Waseem Asghar

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  5. it is good to guide people like this .but most important thing is to teach people that how a man can take part in it.i like your work.and programes.

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  6. Kiara Hussein says:

    Wassem,

    I missed Katie too. I really like the way she present a topic. You’re suggestions would be more interesting if it will be presented the way Katie does.

    But I will visit here frequently to check your 1st suggestion, I am really interested to learn a bit of Danish vocabulary words. Specially if is going to be free.

    Wa Sahlan!

    Kiara

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  7. Julie says:

    Dear Waseem,

    Thank you for your suggestions. We always welcome our viewers to come with suggestions or ideas so please feel free to share with us your opinion. As matter of facts, we have thought of your idea about providing Danish words in our show and there are many ways to do it….but definitely we will keep your idea in mind for future development of the show.

    Thanks and kind regards,

    Julie

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  8. You can also check out this link if your interested in picking up a few useful danish phrases – it’s also happens free ;-)

    http://radiolingua.com/shows/other-languages/one-minute-danish/

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  9. Kiara Hussein says:

    Wassem,

    I took the advice of Timothy Anderson who suggested the site. It is a very good resource and is worth of keep coming back to that site. I found out also at youtube when you are planning to learn Danish Language. Just search also at youtube for Danish language tutorial. Very good movies with the right accent. I found out also that there are many source of movies about Denmark.

    Salam.

    Kiara

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    Andrea Berg Reply:

    Can somebody please tell me which song is played at 6:38 min? I couldn’t figure it out :(

    Andrea

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