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This is a drink that has the perfect combination of sweet and sour- especially if you prefer the more sour side of a drink. I’ve always loved the tingeling feeling you get in your jaw when eating and drinking something sour.

Back to my little secret, which isn’t that little by the way- Beef broth. I strongly believe in getting back to our old roots and make food how we used to before all the fast growing produce came along.

Finnish Rye Bread varies from other Nordic breads because they use coarse rye flour- whereas others often tend to use a mixture of several flours. Hapanleipa is often made as a flat cake rather than the typical loaf or bread tin.

Mulled Pear Cider

for those colder days..

A warm pear cider for when you need to cuddle up during winter. Don’t you just love a warm drink during autumn and winter? This drink is super easy and so delicious- perfect to serve to your guests at your next party!.

This is a dish that has been with me through my whole life, and I’ve always loved it. This dish is widely known in the Nordic region, but normally served with a ‘normal’ mayonaise and a slice of lemon.

I want to share my grandmothers recipe for her wonderful rye bread. Dark and slightly sweet, making it the perfect open sandwhich bread. I love topping it with caviar, eggs, salt and pepper.

Our cuisine and traditional recipes are known to be simple and humble – as this recpe; blueberries in cream. A simple recipe that honors years of tradition and a dish our ancestors have eaten for many years before me.


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Enjoy a different take on the traditional Nordic waffles with these Crisp Waffles from the Nordic region! Vohveleita in Finland, Sprøde vafler in Denmark and Frasvåfflor in Sweden.

Did you know that Gravlax doesn’t have to be salt, sugar and dill? Well sure, you need the salt and sugar to draw the moisture out, but the seasoning can be changed to whatever you feel like.

Rice Porridge is served all year with different condiments – during summer it’s usually served with cured meats and Norwegian flat bread and during Christmas it’s served alone.

Stone bricked streets covered in Century old buildings now housing New, modern shops. Trams that still has a touch of vintage feel that takes you right back to the old days. 

Oslo is my city. I’ve lived here for most of my life and it is a city that is close to my heart. I take a lot of pride coming from a thriving capital where we are surrounded by nature as well as a urban city life. 

That’s right – whipped butter! An incredible little staple at your next dinner party- or when you want to indulge in something delicious.

This ice cream dessert has it all- sweetnes from the ice cream, the crunch from the rye crisps and the warmth and tartyness from the blackberry sauce.

Warming spices such as cinnamon, cloves, and star anise are flavors that compliments the pears and pairs incredibly well in a recipe like this. You could also consider vanilla and nutmeg.

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