|DATE||January 14 2012|
|PLACE||Our house in Soknedal, Norway (Click here for a map)|
Note! I can NOT take in overnight guests this time, but there are establishments that aren’t too far away. If you need to stay the night somewhere, let me know, and I’ll help you find somewhere to stay. I advise you to arrive hungry!
Braised ham with a honey glaze and a breadcrumb & mustard crust (boiled in a reduced amount of liquid – maybe beer, glazed with honey and roasted slightly to get a crisp surface. ) Slow-roasted Moose steak, which is rested in a spice bath with Juniper berries, mustard seed and a tiny bit of honey. Sausages made from reindeer, other game or pork. Unfortunately, these have to be bought, due to a lack of equipment.
Baked or smoked fish (maybe Arctic Char, Salvelinus alpinus)
Other sources of protein
Boiled seagull eggs, Skyr (one with blueberries and one with Ramson) Snøfrisk Cheese, Västerbottensost, Aged Cheddar, Homemade butter
Cubed Field Mustard (Brassica rapa), providing it’s available at that time of year, Baked Onions and Apples, Cabbage stuffed with minced beef mixed with minced pork and barley.
Sourdough bread, Leiv (flat Barley bread fired in a skillet) Barley, boiled in beer, with stock and onions
Mead, Beer, Water, Whole milk for the little ones
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