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Danish Homeless Get Russia’s Gourmet Cheese


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Russia banned Denmark’s cheese, so now the homeless will get it

Homeless people in Denmark will be getting the gourmet cheese that Russia embargoed.

Russia’s yearlong ban on food imports from the U.S. and Europe has left a lot of gourmet producers with a sizable surplus, and as a result the homeless in Denmark will be getting a large gift of gourmet cheese from one of that country’s biggest producers.

According to The Local, Danish dairy giant Arla announced Thursday that it would be giving 33,000 pounds of gourmet cheese to charity as a result of Russia’s embargo. Most of Arla’s products that were supposed to go to Russia were able to be sold elsewhere, but the company says it has a store of products that can’t really go anywhere else, either because they’d have to be repackaged or because they were designed with ingredients specifically for the Russian market.

Blueberry, olive, and arugula are among the products designed for Russia that wouldn’t sell Denmark, Arla said.

"Arla has managed to use nearly all of the affected products in other markets, but a small part of the products for various reasons cannot be repackaged and sold," Arla said in a statement.

The extra cheese will be donated to Food Bank, which appears grateful for the largesse.

"For us it's a very large donation that can benefit several thousand people," said Karen-Inger Thorsen, head of the Food Bank.


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!


A Scandinavian Hamburger Story: Danish Hakkebøf with Soft Onions

The history of the hamburger is still a matter of much dispute. There are several different versions of historical origins, and I honestly have no idea which is the correct one. But, one of the legends is that the Hamburger was invented by a Danish butcher’s apprentice in the US around the turn of the 19th century.

Whether or not that is the true story of the origin of the Hamburger is probably best left unsaid, but since it is undeniably fitting in the context of this recipe – let’s all agree to pretend that it is, ok?

What is absolutely true, is that a Danish food writer visited USA in the mid 40’s and immediately fell in love with the country’s emerging fast-food culture. He brought his new found love for burgers back to old Denmark and started spreading its gospel to anyone that would listen. Married couple Oscar and Anni Pettersson jumped on the idea of a burger joint in Copenhagen and opened Oscars Bøf Bar (Oscars Beef Bar) in late May 1949 in the amusement park Bakken (which by the way is the oldest amusement park in the world) on the outskirts of Copenhagen. And the Beef Sandwich – as the Danish version of the American Hamburger was called – was an almost instant success.

The Only Pumpkin Spice Latte You’ll Ever Need

Today Oscars Bøf Bar is still going strong as an active institution in Danish culinary life, now run by the third generation of the Pettersson family at the same place in Bakken as always.

Hakkebøf Med Bløde Løg (Chopped beef with soft onions) is what might could call the “dinner version” of the beef sandwich. In this dish, the traditional burger bun is removed and replaced by potatoes, gravy, pickled accessories and lots and lots of soft onions. A great fall dish!



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