The cuisine, culture and history of Scandinavia is explored in this travel-cooking series.
Sat., September 27, 2014
Moss, Norway, and the nearby islands are visited. Included: making an open omelet with broccoli, cheese and horseradish; preparing chicken with parsnip and herb dumplings; and making glazed pigeon breast with vinegar pork belly and beets.
Sat., October 4, 2014
Drama on a Plate
The port town of Skien in eastern Norway, which is the birthplace of celebrated playwright Henrik Ibsen, is visited. Included: making herring salad and a dessert made with buttermilk; and cooking wild duck over an open fire.
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