Category: Taste of Norway

Fruene

The world’s northernmost chocolatier

In Fruene, Longyearbyen’s meeting place, enjoy polar bear and dinosaur chocolates Elizabeth Bourne Longyearbyen, Svalbard Polar bears. Glaciers. Dinosaurs. These are a few of the high-quality chocolates that Tove Eide crafts as the world’s...

Cream cake with cloudberries

Cake as heavenly as a cloud(berry)

This cream cake comes together easily, even if you don’t have fresh cloudberries Lindsey Rose Johnson Cafe Johnsonia When my husband and I were in Norway years ago, we took every opportunity to partake...

mackerel

Holy mackerel!

Summer salad features fish and potatoes Christy Olsen Field Taste of Norway Editor When the temperature starts to climb in the summer, I look for meals that don’t require an oven. And if a...

Tove Tupper

Eating my way through Bergen and Oslo

Look no further for restaurant recommendations in Norway’s two biggest cities Tove Tupper Seattle, Wash. About halfway through a recent visit to Norway, my husband, Tim, asked if there were any Norwegian foods I...

agurksalat

Agurksalat is the side dish of summer

Cool as a cucumber Christy Olsen Field Taste of Norway Editor Agurksalat, or cucumber salad, is a classic side dish on the Norwegian table. It is a quickly pickled cucumber salad, often served with...

Byen Bakeri

Koselig in the city

Byen Bakeri serves up high quality, authentic Nordic baked goods in Seattle with warmth and hospitality Christy Olsen Field Taste of Norway Editor In a city filled with top bakeries and a sizable Scandinavian...

Pytt i panne enlivens what’s on hand

In praise of leftovers Christy Olsen Field Taste of Norway Editor If you aren’t able to travel to Willard’s for their pytt i panna (that brown butter hollandaise!), you can make your own version...