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Five (Easy) Ways To Save Money on Groceries in Norway

I get asked a lot about the high cost of living in Norway, and especially about the price of food here. While many people agree this is the best place in the world to live (like these, these and these people), if you ask most people living in Norway, food is quote "really ...

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save-money-on-food-in-norway

Five (Easy) Ways To Save Money on Groceries in Norway

I get asked a lot about the high cost of living in Norway, and especially about the price of food here. While many people agree this is the best place in the world to live (like these, these and these people), if you ask most people living in Norway, food is quote "really expensive" and "not worth ...

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Komle

Komle goes by many regional names: klubber, raspeboller, or simply boller. They are slightly salty dumplings, served warm, and made with potatoes—Norway’s national vegetable. You will want to use large starchy potatoes instead of the small waxy varieties for this recipe. I first tried komle ...

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Arme Riddere (Norwegian French Toast)

Americans love french toast for breakfast almost as much as they love pancakes. French toast, also known as arme riddere in Norwegian, isn’t French at all – it’s an American interpretation of pan dulcis, a French recipe, that was first served in the US by a chef who's last name was… you guessed ...

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Norwegian Fattigmann

Fattigmann Cookies

Fattigmann, or "poor man's cookies" are a traditional Christmas cookie in Norway and if you come to Stavanger during the month of December, you will see them everywhere. The sources on this differ, but some say these cookies got their name because the ingredients used to make these cookies were ...

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Thanks for the Food Cookbook

Thanks for the Food, the Cookbook is out!

This week was a pretty big one here on TFTF - because….my latest project was finally released to the world….my first print cookbook! Read more about Thanks for the Food, the cookbook at norwegianrecipe.com.   More on Thanks for the Food, the cookbook: Award-winning food blogger and ...

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10 Norwegians You Should Be Following on Twitter

  Life in Norway David Nikel runs Life in Norway (you can catch me writing there too from time to time) and tweets about, what else, Norway. Very good starting place for anyone trying to stay, keep or get in touch with all things Norwegian on ...

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