Morten's Evening, also known as St. Martin's Day, is a traditional Danish holiday celebrated on November 11th. It is named after Saint Martin, a Roman soldier known for his acts of kindness. In Denmark, Morten's Evening is typically associated with a festive dinner where roasted duck or goose is the centerpiece. The meal is often accompanied by various side dishes like potatoes, red cabbage, and gravy. It's a time for family and friends to gather and enjoy a delicious meal together, marking the beginning of the holiday season in Denmark.