Entries Tagged ‘Food & Recipes’


I’m sure every nation has a country soup dish – Norway has Lapskaus. Lapskaus can range from a watery soup to a thick stew, it all depends on how you like it. Traditionally being made from last nights left overs, Lapskaus uses potatoes as a thick base with other hearty, winter vegetables and meat. The […]

Surf ‘n’ Turf: Norwegian Style

Even though I’m getting used to Norwegian food, every now and then I’ll discover the weird and the weirder. My family, (aka Moose), has some awfully strange eating habits. It’s very usual to have fresh chicken eggs on bread for breakfast… with caviar on top! Eggs with eggs, hmmm – this must be the Norwegian […]

What’s in the Cellar?

You guessed it – potatoes! Barrels of potatoes – new and fresh from the Autumn harvest. Farmor grows enough potatoes to last the family through the long winter and to the next harvest. Potatoes are eaten at nearly every middag (dinner). No frying, roasting, or mashing required – potatoes are enjoyed for their natural flavour […]

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