Maybe it’s the Norwegian winter that does it, but Lea and I just love our chili. It warms us from the inside, and fills us with bliss. Few things are as good as these chili beans on a cold day, and they’re so easy to make!
Is there really anything more Danish than Danish? I am of course talking about the world famous Danish pastry. Here’s how you make it at home – and it’s way easier than it looks!
There are some things that are just so damned satisfying to eat it gives you goosebumps. This, we believe, is one of them. And it’s so easy to make too!
Out of all the wonderful traditional Norwegian dishes, Pinnekjøtt is my absolute favorite. Nothing comes even close. Here’s how you make it the 100 % traditional way – plus my own little twist on this Norwegian west coast classic!
In case you were wondering, I am absolutely nuts about Pinnekjøtt. I also have a rather passionate relationship with poblanos, so whenever we have leftovers from Pinnekjøtt, I always make this pizza!
Today marks the one year anniversary for the Norwegian 2020 Covid lockdown. Our yacht was on the hard for a massive refit to get her ready to cross the Atlantic. And then everything went to shit.
Until I started baking myself, I was completely unaware that my favorite bread as a kid was indeed a rye bread. All I knew was that the deep flavors, the super soft interior, and that dark, crunchy crust was utterly irresistible to me.
Just like Norwegians, the Danes have long culinary traditions with fish. This is the Danish take on fish balls, or fish cakes. They’re called Fiskefrikadeller, and this is Lea’s family recipe.
Komle is one of the most iconic Norwegian dishes, and has many regional varieties and names. But in its essence, it’s still the same; a dumpling. And as we all know, a dumpling is the food of the Gods. Here’s how we make it!
This is one of the most versatile soups that we make, and is a staple dinner for us. It is super easy and quick to make, is dirt cheap, and spiked with white beans, it is also very filling!