what to cook for your Danish host family that wants to experience *real* American food

During my first week abroad, I found out that my host sisters had never tried American Mac n Cheese.  Upon discovering this shocking information, I offered to cook Mac n’ Cheeses for my host family. Long story short, the Mac ‘n Cheese was a hit. They loved it (despite the alarming amount of cheese– for… Continue reading what to cook for your Danish host family that wants to experience *real* American food

*Ultimate (!!!) Guide to Copenhagen for a Study-Abroad Student/20-something/Young Adult*

(Updated April 2022) Because almost half the semester has already passed (crazy!!!!), I have compiled a list of my recommended places to visit, eat at, wander at, and appreciate some Copenhagen-ness. This was actually a wonderful assignment I created for myself, as I have now realized I am seriously lacking in discovering CPH in some… Continue reading *Ultimate (!!!) Guide to Copenhagen for a Study-Abroad Student/20-something/Young Adult*

How to Hygge (Guide by an American Exchange Student)

Today (ish) marks one month since I arrived in Denmark. Because of this, I made an extra special blog post for you: an American study abroad student’s guide to hygge.  Hygge Prep time: 5 minutes Bake time: December-March (winter) Beach walk view with Salma. Salma, Rose, Millie, and I on the couch watching TV. Millie… Continue reading How to Hygge (Guide by an American Exchange Student)