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    Potato Gratin with Parsnip and Rutabaga

    A luxurious potato dish, if there ever was one. Potato gratin is a good side order with almost all meat, poultry and game dishes. The addition of rutabaga, parsnips (and possibly some sweet potato) adds …

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    Red Onion Soup with Port and Jarlsberg

    This is a warming onion soup with a hint of sweetness from the port wine. Portugal is a longtime trading partner of Norway — Portugal has been one of the main markets for Norwegian dried …

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    Shrimp Cocktail with Dill and Mint

    In Scandinavia shrimps are all years round, but particularly during summer. This is a really simple shrimp cocktail — flavored with lemon and mint.

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    Honey-and-Mustard-Marinated Salmon with Rosemary Apples

    This is one of my old time favorites. The end result will smell wonderfully of apples, rosemary and honey.

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    Apple Ice Cream with Rosemary and Honey

    Making you own ice cream is simple, it just takes a little time. This is a recipe you can use even if you don’t have an ice cream maker — it is just easier if …

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    Lamb and Cabbage Stew

    If such a thing as a Norwegian national dish exists — the Lamb and Cabbage Stew must be it. The stew is easy to make. The most important ingredient is time.

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    Grill Skewers with Monkfish and Wolfish

    Monkfish and wolfish are not only two of the ugliest fish in the ocean but also two of the best tasting. Here I make one spicy skewer with a fresh tasting mint and dill sauce, …

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    Pork Rib Roast with Cloves

    Pork Rib Roast is the most common thing to eat during Christmas. By adding whole cloves and sage, interesting flavors are added to the traditional dish.

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    Glazed Leg of Lamb with Roasted Root Vegetables

    Root vegetables are important ingredients in Scandinavian cuisine. In this dish the lamb meat is accompanied by a plethora of root vegetables – scented with mustard, rosemary and garlic.

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    Grilled Cheese Sandwich

    Although we have many wonderful ingredients and rich culinary traditions, no Scandinavian food is more ubiquitous than the open-faced sandwich with cheese that is eaten for breakfast and lunch and often brought along as a …

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    Aquavit Sorbet

    This spicy and sweet sorbet can also be used as a palate cleanser if you reduce the sugar content. It will probably be a little grainier but I like that — just think that it …

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    Posted in Andreas Viestad, Episodes, Recipes by chef, S02 E08 Town of two Spirits | Comments Off on Aquavit Sorbet
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    Red Potato Salad

    This is one of my favorite potato salads. The name may seem a bit confusing, since the only red thing in the salad is the red onion. The name derives from Marit Røed (Røed is …

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    Posted in Andreas Viestad, Episodes, Recipes by chef, S02 E03 Fierce Creatures | Comments Off on Red Potato Salad
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    Home-made pickled beets

    Even the smallest should have a little consistency. Beets should be tender but not mushy, al dente but not raw.

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    Lobster Bisque

    When you eat lobster, you often discard the best part — the shells. The shells can be used to make a wonderful stock. This bisque is full of flavor and spice — from curry powder …

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    Syllabub with marinated berries and raspberry liquor

    The marinated berries make a fantastic fruit dessert if given a quick boil and thickened with corn or potato starch. Serve cool with refrigerated cream on top.

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    Veiled Farm Girls

    This is a traditional Norwegian dessert that has not changed much in a century or so, yet it still tastes fresh as ever. It consists of layers of applesauce, cinnamon toasted breadcrumbs and whipped cream.

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    Posted in Andreas Viestad, Episodes, Recipes by chef, S02 E06 Where Everything Smells of Apples | Comments Off on Veiled Farm Girls
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