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.

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