On the first day of christmas, my father always cooks halibut for the whole family, and it’s one of my favorite meals of the year. Actually when I made this recipe, I had to call my father up to get his advice on how to […]
Month: November 2017
My love for cooking has always been fueled by the love for the produce. If I hadn’t grown up where I did, in northern Norway, I don’t know if I would be on the path I am today. From a very young age, my parents […]
Norwegian fish gratin is kind of our weird take on mac and cheese. Originally potatoes were used, but sometime after macaroni was introduced to Norwegians in the early 1900’s, we switched over.
Another weird thing is the use of curry powder, which isn’t always used but it’s not uncommon in some Norwegian fish dishes. I learned this recipe from my father who always uses a lot of curry powder.
This makes for a pretty bizarre combination of ingredients, a kinda fusion of Norwegian, Italian and Indian cuisine, but ever since I was a kid this has been one of my favorite dishes. Fish gratin is actually so common here in Norway that every grocery store has at least 2 or 3 different variants of it in the frozen produce isle, right next to the frozen pizzas and such. Many of them are not bad at all, but needless they don’t come close to a good home made one. (more…)
Wolf fish might not be the most common salt water fish to eat, but it is among my all-time favorites. The meat is full of great texture while still being tender. It also caramelizes beatifully when pan-fried in butter. They are also great on the […]
The Pumpkin season is well underway, and with Halloween over and done with, you can usually get some good deals on pumpkin. Pumpkins have a huge yield and are very versatile so I usually stock up and make a whole lot of pies among other […]