Nordic cuisine storms New York

Claus Meyer highlights local New York ingredients through Scandinavian cuisine Victoria Hofmo Brooklyn, N.Y. Claus Meyer is a foodie in the best sense of the word. The Dane is the co-founder of Noma, nominated four times as the best restaurant in the world, and his connection to food goes far beyond preparing it. Along with 11 other Scandinavian chefs, he wrote the New Nordic Food Manifesto in Copenhagen in 2004 with the purpose of elevating Nordic Cuisine and, more specifically, highlighting “purity, simplicity, and freshness as well as the increased use of seasonal foods.” Along with his spouse, daughters, and dogs, Meyer recently left his Danish digs and they are now pitching their tent in New York. Why the move across the Atlantic? Meye
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The Norwegian American

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