Here is the shopping list or the Copenhagen to Bodo trains. I was intending to have to do this at Meyer’s at Magasin du Nord, Irma supermarket at Nørreport and the Lagkagehuset bakery near the main station
Until they built this, the new Torvehallerne market at Nørreport
This purpose built, posh picnic and fancy walking lunch procurement option, just opened in Israels Plads near Nørreport. It’s got just about everything we think we could need and a whole lot we didn’t know we did.
A 1 hour, travel as much as you like, 2 zone ticket costs £2.50, or about £1.50 if bought in a book of 10. So it will work out at under £1.80 each. Our route will go
- Bus 66 to Bibliotek
- Harbour boat-bus up to Nyhavn
- Walk up Nyhavn to Kongens Nytrov
- Metro M1 one stop to Nørreport
- Have lunch and buy picnic all in one area.
- Get the S-Bahn (which is on our InterRail pass) two stops back to Central Station.
The basis for the ingredients on here is inspired by these pages
- Roast beef
- Roast Pork
- Salt venison
- Salt Beef
- Frikadeller (meat balls)
- Smoked salmon
- Salmon caviar
- Smoked eel
- Pickled Herring
- Leverpostej (Liver paté)
- Sky (meat aspic, pronounced sku I guess)
- Roumelade (fancy tartare sauce)
- Mayo mustard & dill sauce (for herring)
- Crispy fried/roasted onions
- Bacon-fat based spread (see Traditional Savoury Spread for Smørrebrød in http://www.danishsandwich.com/2011/11/savoury-spreads-more-to-life-than.html)
- Agurkersalat (freshly pickled cucumber salad)
- Fresh dill
- A range of breads, (we need to calculate how many grammes per person per day is reasonable, my current estimate is 300g, so 450-500g per head for a 36 hour run, which may be total overkill).
- Danish Pastries, 2 each.
- Chocolate for sandwiches, I kid ye not (http://www.danishsandwich.com/2011/04/chocolate-smorrebrod.html)