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Sofie Eidsmo

my grandmother`s swedish tosca cake

In a world where cakes have turned into these overstated chocolate fudge caramel monstrosities, it’s sometimes nice to just go with an old-fashioned classic that simply tastes amazing. Growing up, my grandma used to make Tosca cake for just about every special occasion and family gathering, and it`s definately become a big family tradition! It …

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easy beer-battered halibut with homemade remoulade and new potatoes

Fish and chips might be the most British dish there is, but we Norwegians know a thing or two about fish and potatoes as well. In this recipe, we took the pub classic and slightly “Norwegified” it with fried new potatoes and remoulade. The Atlantic Halibut is a northern Norwegian staple that we all remember …

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baked camembert with caramelized onions, honey, or jam

Camembert is a soft cow`s milk cheese originating from Camembert in Normandy in the north of France. Baked Camembert is the perfect appetizer or hearty dessert, and pairs perfectly with Chardonnay or a light-bodied red wine like a Pinot Noir. In the not so distant past, most cheese snobs would tell you that a good …

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