Scandinavian Food

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Norwegian brown cheese is commonly sold in blocks. Rather than cut it with a knife, Norwegians typically use a cheese slicer, sold throughout Norway.

Brown Cheese Slicer

Norwegian brown cheese is commonly sold in blocks. Rather than cut it with a knife, Norwegians typically use a cheese slicer, sold throughout Norway.

A Norwegian winter is a popular tourist time for those interesting in skiing or seeing the northern lights.

A Norway Winter

A Norwegian winter is a popular tourist time for those interesting in skiing or seeing the northern lights.

Scandinavian-Inspired Gift Guide - The Hope Chest - The Danish Home of Chicago

Scandinavian style and inspiration is definitely en vogue. Find the perfect gift for the Scandi-lover on your list!

Rømmegrøt : Sons of Norway

Sons of Norway's Rømmegrøt Recipe celebrates this festive food of olden days.

Swedish Cardamom Buns -

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Swedish Cardamom Buns give you sweet and tasty rolls with warm and bright flavors of cinnamon and cardamom spices combined. To me, a bread-filled basket is a sight to behold. Has your breath ever stopped at the sight of the bread basket in the hands of the...

My Best Meal: Norwegian Waffles

After Manhattan, Rebecca Dinerstein loved the silence of Norway’s far north…until she began to feel a little isolated. That’s when the waffles came in.

One of Norway's most intriguing foods (to foreigners at least) is eaten daily by many Norwegians for breakfast, lunch, or as a snack. Norwegian brown cheese is known as brunost.

Norway Brown Cheese

One of Norway's most intriguing foods (to foreigners at least) is eaten daily by many Norwegians for breakfast, lunch, or as a snack. Norwegian brown cheese is known as brunost.

Like most fish, salmon is a healthy source of protein that is extremely versatile. You can safely eat fresh Norwegian salmon raw or you can cook it in pretty much any way you can imagine.

Norwegian Salmon

Like most fish, salmon is a healthy source of protein that is extremely versatile. You can safely eat fresh Norwegian salmon raw or you can cook it in pretty much any way you can imagine.

Brunkager (Danish Christmas cookies)

Brunkager are Danish Christmas cookies with a delicious spiced flavor and a wonderful crunch. Perfect to add to your cookie plate.

Rommegrot (Norwegian Cream Pudding)

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This Norwegian cream pudding is cheap to make and feeds a crowd. Serve warm or chilled with melted butter on top. Once you start cooking the mixture, butter starts to seep out. Remove this from the mixture and save for a topping.

Fresh salmon is one of the most common foods in Norwegian cuisine.

Norwegian Food

Fresh salmon is one of the most common foods in Norwegian cuisine.

Christmas Ribbe Norway

The festive season is upon us once again! Here's what you can expect to be served during the Christmas season in Norway. One of the things that fascinated me most about moving to a new

Aquavit is actually made just like gin, but with caraway instead of juniper berries. So it's essentially just a heavily spiced vodka. The best word to sum up its taste is savoury, but the flavour can vary significantly depending on whether it is aged (more on that later) and whether it is served chilled or at room temperature.

Scandinavian Aquavit

Aquavit is actually made just like gin, but with caraway instead of juniper berries. So it's essentially just a heavily spiced vodka. The best word to sum up its taste is savoury, but the flavour can vary significantly depending on whether it is aged (more on that later) and whether it is served chilled or at room temperature.

There is no one typical cake served at a Norwegian wedding, but there are some that are much more common than others. Perhaps the best known is the spectacular kransekake, also commonly served at christmas time.

Norway Wedding Cake

There is no one typical cake served at a Norwegian wedding, but there are some that are much more common than others. Perhaps the best known is the spectacular kransekake, also commonly served at christmas time.

Norwegian Pinnekjott

The festive season is upon us once again! Here's what you can expect to be served during the Christmas season in Norway. One of the things that fascinated me most about moving to a new