Smørrebrød refers to a highly popular traditional Danish dish that consists of a slice of dark bread with butter, topped with slices of meat, fish or cheese . Smørrebrød is a Denmark's traditional food of open-faced sandwiches. The word Smørrebrød means "buttered bread," and a typical Smørrebrød lunch in Denmark of three- to four-course still ends with a slice of bread lavishly spread with butter. Smørrebrød which is eaten in Denmark with a knife and fork, can come in any number of variations using fish, meats, cheeses, eggs, vegetables , pickles, and garnishes. Yet all are artistically structured that makes it appealing to both the sight and taste. Smørrebrød is pronounced "smuhr-bruth". Smørrebrød seems to be Denmark's version of Germany's Butterbroth.
List of books: Smørrebrød