The Sannas, restauranteurs of the North

A culinary hotspot on top of the world Marit Fosse Geneva The Sannas, Lill-Karin and Espen, are an amazing couple, people one gladly spends time with. My 84-year-old mother, who has had a chance to meet them, is now planning a trip to their restaurant up in the north of Norway. In the meantime, she is trying out the recipes in their cookbook. It is one of those cookbooks that take you on a trip to a foreign land you would never have known about otherwise, with lots of photographs and recipes that even the beginner can manage. Let us go back in time a little, to when it all started
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Marit Fosse

Marit Fosse trained as an economist from Norwegian school of Economics and Business Administration in Bergen (Norges Handelshøyskole NHH) and then earned a doctorate in social sciences. She is the author of several books. Nansen: Explorer and Humanitarian, co-authored with John Fox, was translated into Russian/Armenian/French. In addition, Fosse is the editor of International Diplomat/Diva International in Geneva, a magazine set up 20 years ago for diplomats and persons working in the international organizations in Geneva but also elsewhere. In her free time, Fosse is an accomplished painter.

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