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Cloudberries, known as multebær, begin popping up through the moist terrain around mid-summer. They are truly a treasure to find, if you ..read more
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Rows of purple-pink geitrams, also known as fireweed, rosebay willowherb, and great willowherb, line the landscape at this time of year. ..read more
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Peering out into the horizon and under the pale grey sky, amongst groups of small jutting islands, I could spot the red lighthouse in the ..read more
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By late spring, my watchful eyes are on full alert as I wait for the slightest sign of small buds emerging from the silent company of ..read more
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Bring on the wild nettles. It’s the season again when these wonderfully nutritious, wild greens pop up all over. They pack a punch ..read more
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In moments of indecisiveness, inspiration can come unexpectedly. Sometimes, it just takes a good friend and a simple conversation to ..read more
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The sun is setting behind the mountain’s edge and as I look out the window, the trees sway in the gentle breeze. There’s an undeniable ..read more
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Fleskepannekaker takes the humble Norwegian pancake to the next level and turns it into a full meal. In other words, it’s the pimped out ..read more
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The smell of eggy batter cooking atop a skillet is almost unmistakable. It draws you in as it evokes loving memories to the forefront. ..read more
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Not long after we moved to Norway, I was served kaffegraut “coffee porridge” at the Rollag Station Kafe in Rollag. It was presented ..read more

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