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.
Nordic culinary trends have taken the food world by a storm. If you haven’t already, here are 10 of favorite trends, like preserving and foraging, that you should try.
Icelanders usually drink their vodka neat, in order to have the smoothest sips possible they took matters into their own hands. Iceland’s Reyka Vodka was born, made by arctic water and geothermal energy.
Stockholm’s Haymarket Square is coming to New York City along with Scandic’s mobile hotel for NORTH Festival for a taste of luxury accommodation and a look at a Nordic food market.
Sweden is surrounded and dotted with some of the cleanest waters, so why not make a hard cider? During NORTH Festival, the cool Scandinavian cider will be on display along with delicious cocktails featuring the drink.
Calling all chocolate lovers! Once you master the basics of chocolate you are on your way to being able to create the bittersweet confection whenever you please. Learn how to make beautiful chocolates with FIKA’s Master Chocolatier, Håkan Mårtensson.
Finnish cuisine is hitting the streets of New York City. Acclaimed chef Richard McCormick will be cooking up gourmet, Nordic street food at NORTH Festival in New York City.
Denmark comes to NYC with Masterchef winner Timm Vladimir. Celebrating a traditional European Sunday evening dinner, Chef Timm will recreate the Danish experience with new spins on favorite dishes.
Dive into New Nordic cooking philosophy with interesting books featuring foraging, local ingredients and authentic dishes. Whether they inspired you to experiment in the kitchen or travel, these books are some of our favorite culinary reads from Scandinavia.
Crossing countries, states, and cuisines, Unika by Castello cheeses have called diners from their comfort zones to the delicious, innovative world of dairy.
Nordic food festival, NORTH, created a buzz in NYC this September, from hatching chicks during cooking demos to multi-course menus in an old subway station.
Tickets for the pop up 2014 NORTH Festival in Los Angeles are now on sale. Secure your seat at one of the three delicious and very intimate Nordic dinners.
Bohuslän is ready for the shellfish season and welcomes you on the journey. Enjoy the best lobsters, mussles, oysters and wonderful places to eat and stay.
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.
Talented Danish chef of NYC, Carl Kristian Frederiksen, will be showcasing pure Nordic flavors alongside world class chefs at the ever changing NORTH popup.
Discover the history of the finely roasted beans of Swedish coffee, Gevalia. Always rich and never bitter, even the Royal Court of Sweden drinks it.
Swedes are passionate about their coffee, or shall we say kaffe. Pouring rich, never bitter coffee since 1853 learn about the process of Gevalia Coffee.
The second largest city in Denmark is immersing themselves in an edible state of food for 3 days. Be inspired by the beautiful surroundings while you eat.
Baldor Specialty Foods creates a community of farms with the best produce. By supporting locally, the NYC masses and beyond enjoy the best seasonal produce.
This raw food dish made from Finnish nature will wow you. Preparing this salad couldn’t be easier and yet the flavors are delicious and complex.
Finish summer with a bang and a boozy, Swedish punch. Vodka, elderflower cordial, and cucumbers boost the strawberry-lime hard cider up a delicious notch.
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.
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.
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..
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
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.
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.