Entries for the ‘Food & Recipes’ Category

Troika Cake

A Troika in Norway is a special chocolate bar – a layer of marzipan, a layer of chocolate truffle and a layer of raspberry jelly dipped in chocolate to hold it together.  It is very thin and compact similar in texture to a Cherry Ripe or a Wonka Bar. As it’s my birthday we thought […]

Good Salmon Eating and Fishing

Salmon is certainly one of the dishes you have to eat when you visit Norway – but it has to be wild salmon!  Wild salmon is caught in rivers by local fishermen.  Every year a number of fishing licences are ‘lotto-ed’ out to the local fishermen in each area around Norway – the fishing restrictions […]

How to Eat Pølse – Norwegian Style

polse-salsaPølse is THE fast food of Norway. When the grilled pølse was first introduced to Norway in the 50s it was eaten naked – without bread.

What’s Sopp!

sopp-trondheimMany Norwegians know what they are doing when they pick wild mushrooms. This knowledge is passed down the family during mushroom hunting trips. The hard-core mushroom hunters go into the mountain wilderness for days to get the best finds.

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