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The Food Lover’s Guide To Norway

July 9, 2015

Learn about Traditional Norwegian Food and Cuisine

Norway is a nation of 5.08 million people who get to enjoy one of the most unique and mouth-watering cuisine.

Based on the natural foods of Norway, including lots of seafood and fresh vegetables, this is a cuisine that is fantastic and super healthy.

Moving to Norway will be an exciting adventure and here are some culinary guides to take around.

Norwegian Food Guide

 

With a reputation for nice people, beautiful settings, and wonderful fresh food, you are in for a treat.

The Food Lover’s Guide To Food in Norway

Oslo

Thuy’s Peaceful Corner  – This blog is by a Vietnamese ex-patriot marrying the foods from her old and new homes. The recipes are amazing and look delicious in the photos. The blog is in both Vietnamese and English. Don’t miss this if you are an adventurous eater. (Facebook)

Idafrosk  – Fun! That’s the best word for this blog. With great photos and exciting life events, this is a food blog that is alive with family and friends. Ida is a social media and food leader with hundreds of thousands of followers on many different platforms. Her blog includes tastings in Europe, food fun with children, and lots more food-related life. (FacebookTwitterThe Food Lover's Guide To Norway

Sorieya Homemade Cooking – Sorieya presents her humorous and informative “ScandinAsian food blog.” Her blog is filled with food art, playful recipes, and recipes from both her ancestral home and her new home.  Her recipes are from all over the world and include ingredients from Scandinavia, Asia, and the place of her birth, the United States. This is a food blog for Oslo residents who want to live a little daringly. (PinterestGoogle+)

Bergen

My Modern Mummy – With wonderful photographs, this is a great blog for not only food, but family life. The recipes are simple and delicious. The weather informs much of her cooking.  On rainy days, she shares a hearty Scandinavian stew. On warmer days, she shares her recipe for a salad or cold soup. (Twitter)
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Stavanger

Thanks For The Food – Follow an American ex-pat as she learns about the cuisine of her adopted home. She tackles holiday foods, every day foods, and much more. If you want to have an exciting new view on Norwegian food, this is the blog to read. (FacebookTwitter)
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Eating Out in Stavanger – In contrast to the blog above, this blog is all about eating out. This is a great blog for anyone one their way to dinner in Stavanger with atmospheric photos, excellent reviews, and inviting stories. It all looks wonderful and welcoming.

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