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Summer in Norway means new potatoes

Celebrate long days with a tangy and light potato salad that lets the “devil’s fruit” shine Sunny Gandara Arctic Grub Potatoes. What could be more Norwegian than that? Although the potato has lost some...

A warm & healthy meal for a new year

“Brennsnut,” a hearty soup, is meant to be served so hot you might burn your snout Sunny Gandara Arctic Grub Norwegian cuisine wasn’t always as gluttonous as it is today, with its plentitude of...

Exploring the foods of Iceland

An interview with food writer and cookbook author Jody Eddy Sunny Gandara Arctic Grub Nordic food has caught on internationally since the advent of New Nordic cuisine in the early 2000s, and a breathtaking,...

A lemon cake in the color of Easter

Yellow hints at spring’s flowers, eggs, and the reappearance of the sun Sunny Gandara Arctic Grub Easter is an exciting time and one Norwegians look forward to, as it’s the week when they trek...

A coffee cake to honor a tradition

Nothing is as Norwegian as “Kaffi og Kake” Sunny Gandara Arctic Grub The first time I took my American husband to Norway, he was amazed at how much coffee Norwegians drink. Not only for...

Krumkaker: the 1000-year-old cookie

A family recipe going back generations continues to light up the Christmas season Sunny Gandara Arctic Grub December is without doubt my favorite month of the year. Not only is it my birth month,...

Norway’s answer to American apple pie

Celebrate Norwegian Apple Day (October 17) with this moist and delicious cake Sunny Gandara Arctic Grub Fall is the season to celebrate Norwegian produce. This time of year, it’s high season for apples, onions,...