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North Wild Kitchen | Norwegian Food Blog
North Wild Kitchen is a Norwegian cooking blog at its simplest and most e..
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Gently simmering on the stove in a bath of homemade gravy with an aroma that drives you to the table in anticipation, with fork and knife ..read more
February 6 is samenes nasjonaldag, Sami National Day, which marks the first Sami congress that was held in Trondheim in 1917. It was ..read more
This post in made in partnership with TINE There’s that feeling you get when you bite into a freshly cooked, soft-yet crispy- waffle ..read more
This post is made in partnership with TINE. If there’s one quintessential “cheese” that Norway is known for it’s brown cheese ..read more
Waldorf salad (waldorsalat) might not be the first thing one thinks of when picturing a side dish for the holidays in Norway, but it is a ..read more
Homemade surkål (sweet and sour green cabbage) is a delicious accompaniment to a meal and one that is commonplace to serve alongside ..read more
Christmas, known as jul in Norway, is a special time of celebration filled with traditions galore. Lights and candles thwart the darkness ..read more
Risengrynsgrøt “rice porridge” was first introduced in Norway in the 1300s, but was reserved for the elite and wealthy. It eventually ..read more
Gløgg is the Scandinavian version of mulled wine or glühwein. It’s a warm, spicy and fruity drink featuring wine or, for the non- ..read more
St. Lucia Day, luciadagen, falls on 13 December and is celebrated throughout Scandinavia. In Norway, the day is celebrated with a candle ..read more

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