My dad made this every single Christmas, and this is my take on this Norwegian classic. It’s dead simple, and so much better than the store bought stuff!
When we buy a whole duck, one of the real treats, aside from the duck breasts and duck confit is, of course, the duck paté. It’s easy to make, and so incredibly delicious!
A real Norwegian…err…Danish….err….Swedish…I should probably say Scandinavian Christmas classic. We simply love this little fish, and Sennepsild is one of the most classic variations. Here’s how to make it!
A classic in the Scandinavian kitchen, and especially around Christmas are pickled herring in all sorts of sauces and dressing. Here’s how to make Portvinsild!
It is debatable whether this is Danish or Norwegian. We could probably throw in the Swedes in the debate as well. The matter of fact is that us Scandinavians go nuts over this little fish. Here’s your chance to figure out why!
My Danish wife’s been talking about how she misses the smoked Danish cream cheeses for ages. And then she came across a recipe for ricotta gnocchi. And then everything escalated from there…