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S 12 EPISODE 07
Andreas Viestad Andreas’ Java – a Sweet Cinnamon Coffee Drink
Whisk together the milk, sugar and egg yolk in a pot over low heat (up to 140ºF/º60C). Whip the cream until it becomes velvety.
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S 12 EPISODE 09
Andreas Viestad Mulled Wine
This is my take on the traditional Norwegian Christmas drink that we warm ourselves on. The vodka is optional. I leave it out most of the time - otherwise, this drink can go right to your head.
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S 2 EPISODE 09
Andreas Viestad Hot Orange Chocolate
Adding some orange marmalade to some already rich hot chocolate makes it taste fresher. Use a good chocolate with high cocoa content, preferably between 55 and 70 percent.
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S 10 EPISODE 10
Andreas Viestad Hot Apple Grog with Blackcurrant, Honey and Cinnamon
When the wind is howling outside, it’s great to have a nice hot drink warm you up. During the Middle Ages, cider was a common drink up here in the cold lands of the north. People thought that all meals should start with something sweet in order to stimulate the digestion. Unlike apples, honey was expensive in medieval times and it was used for everything from preserving food to making fruit juices.
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S 10 EPISODE 09
Andreas Viestad Hot chocolate with Saffron Cream
St. Lucia’s Day on December 13 is one of the few old saints days that are still celebrated in Norway (saints are usually not celebrated in Norwegian Protestantism). The day was once thought to be the shortest day of the year. It is celebrated with saffron cakes and processions in schools and kindergartens. I made this warming, saffron-infused, hot chocolate for some freezing kids.
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