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    Beef in a Potato Dill Crust

    Dill is the quintessential Scandinavian herb. It is often used with fish, and in light stews, but I think it goes well with beef as well. I think it goes well with… almost everything. Serves …

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    Baked Rutabaga with Vendace Roe

    A fun way to dress up the modest rutabaga! The coolest way to serve is whole, as a sharing dish, with rye crackers to scoop up the mashed rutabaga topped with roe. Serves 8 as …

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    No-Egg Herb Mayonnaise

    Mayonnaise is a miracle. The combination of water and fat through the emulsifiers found in egg yolks. The lecithin which is the main emulsifier in egg yolks is very efficient. But there are other emulsifiers, …

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    Scones with Red and Yellow Beets

    Scones ware leavened by a chemical reaction between an alkaline and an acidic compound. When we visited the island of Helgøya, where limestone is predominant, we made our baking powder with the limestone. It is …

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