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NORTH is the first ever Nordic Food Festival to be held in New York City. At NORTH, you will have the chance to taste the food from some of the most famous Nordic chefs, learn how to cook Nordic specialities and be inspired by master classes featuring the best of what the Nordic region has to offer.

ASK Restaurant and Helsinki’s Food Scene

ASK Restaurant and Helsinki’s Food Scene

Linda Stenman-Langhof and Filip Langhof are the creative couple that run ASK, a small Scandinavian restaurant in Helsinki. Their concept is based on local produce, lots of vegetables plus a clear conscience.…

Lobster Fishing in Resö

Lobster Fishing in Resö

The community on the island of Resö off the West coast of Sweden comes alive for lobster season. By Visit Sweden NORTH FestivalNORTH is the first ever Nordic Food Festival to be held in New York City. At NORTH, you…

Video: Christmas Donuts (Danish: Æbleskiver) can be made in under one minut

Video: Christmas Donuts (Danish: Æbleskiver) can be made in under one minut

To this 'Æbleskive' dough there is used 1/2 litre milk, 30g yeast, 6 eggs, 2 tbs suger, 400g flour, 1/2 tbs cardamom and 130g melted butter. And then you..…

Up All Night: Vodka Cocktail

Up All Night: Vodka Cocktail

Reyka, Iceland's first ever preciously small-batched vodka, is truly a product of its environment, with a distillery process involving glacial spring water, lava rocks, and geothermal energy from nearby hot springs…

Lobster Fishing in West Sweden

Lobster Fishing in West Sweden

Lobster fishing is an exciting an unique way to experience Smögen and the waters off the west coast of Sweden. …

Sweden’s Food and Dining Scene

Sweden’s Food and Dining Scene

Sweden's West Coast boasts some of the best seafood in the world from lobsters to oysters, and of course, plenty of fish.…

Meet Per Karlsson, Owner of Evert’s Boathouse in West Sweden

Meet Per Karlsson, Owner of Evert’s Boathouse in West Sweden

At Evert's Boathouse in Gröndemad Per Karlsson and his brother Lars provide visitors with a chance to experience the nature and food of West Sweden.…

Finnish Christmas Traditions, New and Old

Finnish Christmas Traditions, New and Old

Christmas classics like smoked ham and baked casseroles have long been popular in Finland, but recently new culinary traditions have developed.…

Hot Dog Championship in Denmark

Hot Dog Championship in Denmark

Hot Dog Championship in Denmark. Sausages are the street food of Denmark, and every year the most ambitious sausage....…

Easy Recipe – Baked White Halibut from Norway

Easy Recipe – Baked White Halibut from Norway

Easy Recipe - Baked White Halibut from Norway: Fish that is easy to prepare, tastes good and is rich on vitamins and omega-3? Get the recipe on Baked White Halibut from Norway.…

Coffee and Cafes in Helsinki, Finland

Coffee and Cafes in Helsinki, Finland

Coffee culture has been elevated to a near art form in Helsinki and the most dedicated practitioners have a wealth of knowledge on the subject.…

Norwegian Haddock with Mashed Potatoes and Onion Sauce

Norwegian Haddock with Mashed Potatoes and Onion Sauce

Norweigian Haddock is high in omega-3 and an excellent source of protein and vitamin B12 - try the recipe: Haddock with Mashed Potatoes and Onion Sauce.…

Hakaniemi Market Hall: Food Lovers’ Paradise

Hakaniemi Market Hall: Food Lovers’ Paradise

Market Halls like Hakaniemi provide quality sustainability-minded food for locals and tourists alike.…

The White Gold of Norway?!

The White Gold of Norway?!

Get to know your fish! Find out which fish the Norwegians have named their - White Gold - and get a recipe with The White Gold of Norway. …

Helsinki Foodism

Helsinki Foodism

The Helsinki Food Culture Report covers the success stories and lessons learned from the previous year's culinary events in the city.…

The Nordic Food Lab – When Science Meets Gastronomy

The Nordic Food Lab – When Science Meets Gastronomy

On a houseboat in Copenhagen harbor, in front of noma, they have turned gastronomy into science. …

The Icelandic Cuisine – Organic and Tastes 100 Percent Natural

The Icelandic Cuisine – Organic and Tastes 100 Percent Natural

The Icelandic Cuisine - Organic and Tastes 100 Percent Naturall. Iceland's land and waters are kept pure through strict regulation and age old traditions of conservation. That purity is felt even in their food. Get a Taste of Iceland in…

Eat Fish Twice a Week

Eat Fish Twice a Week

Eat Fish Twice a Week. The introduction of the USDA’s new “My Plate” dietary guidelines recommending at least two servings of fish per week has amped up the importance of incorporating protein-rich fish like salmon into American diets. Learn more…

Seafood Cooking Class with Chef Frode Selvaag

Seafood Cooking Class with Chef Frode Selvaag

During NORTH Festival, foodies have the opportunity to work along side one of Norway's most accomplished seafood chefs - Frode Selvaag, at an inspiring seafood cooking class.…

New Norwegian Cuisine: A Responsible Lifestyle Linking Origin and Heritage

New Norwegian Cuisine: A Responsible Lifestyle Linking Origin and Heritage

Surrounded by crystal clear fjords, icy mountains and endless sky, Norway is unquestionably a jewel of the rugged Scandinavian coastline. And it is not just the landscape that is so alive.…

Helsinki: Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Helsinki: Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Restaurateur Ilja Björs from Juuri is a barefoot Helsinkian with a creative blink in his eye. He is also one of the founding members of the Design District Helsinki and knows thearea better than most of the people.…

Autumn Harvest in Finland

Autumn Harvest in Finland

Finnish nature is at its most bountiful with the arrival of autumn, making September the peak season for chefs...…

Street Food Brings an International Air to Helsinki

Street Food Brings an International Air to Helsinki

Chef Tomi Björk explores and explains the wide array of street food options in Helsinki.…

International Fare Finds a Home in Sweden

International Fare Finds a Home in Sweden

If you go to Stockholm, Malmö or any other Swedish city, you're far more likely to find pizza and kebab than "traditional Swedish" foods. …

I’ll Have That To Stay Please: Swedish Coffee Culture

I’ll Have That To Stay Please: Swedish Coffee Culture

Coffee in Sweden is part of a ritual of taking a break from the day-to-day to relax and spend time with friends.…

Restaurant Day in Helsinki

Restaurant Day in Helsinki

Four times a year, anyone in Helsinki can be their own restauranteur as hundreds of popup restaurants appear throughout the city for this carnival-like event.…

Helsinki’s Thriving Food Scene

Helsinki’s Thriving Food Scene

New Nordic Cuisine and an abundance of fresh Finnish produce have transformed Helsinki into a dynamic epicurean destination.…

Surströmming: Fermented Herring

Surströmming: Fermented Herring

Never has rotten fish smelled so bad but tasted so good.…

Exploring the Cuisine of West Sweden

Exploring the Cuisine of West Sweden

The provinces that make up West Sweden are Bohuslän, Dalsland and Västergötland and all three have their own distinct, regional culinary traditions. What unites them is high-quality, natural ingredients.…

Street Food in Stockholm

Street Food in Stockholm

Stockholm does street food with style – grab gourmet herring and artisan hot dogs on the go.…