One of the things we really love about sailing is to go to new places and experience their food and culture. This easy to make burger is inspired by a visit to Spain, and is packed with wonderful, complex flavors from the region.
I hate Pizza Grandiosa with a passion. And yet it’s the most consumed frozen pizza in Norway, so no Norwegian food blog worth a grain of salt could be without a recipe for a homemade version of it. Here’s a Pizza Grandiosa that’s actually really, really delicious.
Unbeatably rich, beefy flavors, aromatic vegetables and silky smooth flour dumplings that melts in your mouth and warms your soul – this robust, yet elegant soup is a Norwegian classic, and truly made for those cold winter months!
Thanks to IKEA, everybody have heard about Swedish meatballs. Now it is time you hear about Norwegian meatballs, cause they are totally different, and totally delicious! Here’s how my grandmother made them!
With its rich flavor and silky mouthfeel, I think of bone marrow as the foie gras of the North. And what a way it is to impress your guests with this elegant, yet easy to make starter with a Norwegian flare!
There are very few things that beats this wonderful, warming potatoes and meat stew on a cold winter day. Made with simple ingredients, this one pot stew can be made by anyone, and you will have people begging for more!
We are huge fans of hand held food, be it burgers, or steambuns, or tacos. But one of those simple pleasures we keep getting back to are the sandwich. This is our “Mouthgasm BBQ smoked brisket sandwich”, so check it out!
Very few things are as American as a fat burger. First created in America in 1900 by Louis Lassen, a Danish immigrant, it is only fitting that a Norwegian with a Danish wife does his own take on the gastronomic classic!
The best beef stock comes from oxtails. That’s my opinion anyway. And the rest are obviously wrong, so there you have it. This is the ultimate ultimate beef stock recipe.