I’m staying on a Nordic motif this week. This story is another off-beat piece, a way of looking at a well-known destination in a fresh light.
It appeared in the Observer and involved consuming my own body weight in gourmet hotdogs in a 24-hour period.
Here’s an extract:
I’m about to tuck in when Thomas calls for a moment’s contemplation of our creation.
“The perfect hot dog has three elements: the smoked flavour of the sausage, the sweetness of the sauces and the cinnamon-flavoured bread, and the sharpness of the onions,” he says.
“We grow up with hot dogs in Denmark. I remember going ice-skating with my father and we would always grab a hot dog on the way home. Hot dogs taste of nostalgia.”
Read the full story, Man bites dog.
What’s your favourite place in Copenhagen for a hotdog? Post your comments below.