Nakki

Finland food
Many Finnish gather around their barbecue hut and enjoy grilled sausages, Nakki or Makkara. Nakki is much smaller then Makkara.

Water

Iceland food
Iceland is renowned for its high quality pure nature water, as it is known for the great glacier.
it is bottled at the source from spring in Iceland.

Inyak

Greenland food
The traditional Inuit diets include Seal fat. Fat is very high in calorie.

Ammaka

Greenland food
The traditional Inuit diets include Seal fat. Fat is very high in calorie.

Kaviar

Iceland food
Caviar, “Kaviar” in Icelandic language, is distributed as a gourmet foods in the world. Iceland is the world’s largest harvester of capelin and capelin roe.

Klippfisk

Norway food
Dried and salted cod, “klippfisk” in Norwegian language, is probably one of the most traditional food in Norway. There is even a Klippfisk museum in Norway.

Sild

Denmark food
Sild is Danish pickled herring which is marinaded blend of fresh dill, vinegar, and spices. It goes very well with Danish rye bread or strong spirits like “Aquavit”.

Ålandspannkaka

Aland Food
Ålandspannkaka, literally means “Åland’s pancake”, is a thick oven-baked pancake that includes either cardamon and semoria porridge in the dough. It is served with cream.

Karjalanpiirakka

Finland food
This is traditional Finnish dish, and ‘Karjalanpiirakka literaly means ‘Karelian pasty’. Skin is made from rye flour, and its most popular filling is cooked rice. It is often topped with mashed hard boiled egg with butter, called Munavoi.

Kótilettur

Iceland food
No one doubt the speciality of Icelandic culinary include lamb meat since there are huge number of sheep as both livestock and wildlife. Kótilettur is the word just for ‘chops’ in English, then usually means ‘Lamb chop’. Must eat.

Kleina

Iceland food
It is a traditional pastry prepared in Iceland. Flour dough is twisted into a baby shape, then deep fried. Sometimes sprinkled with sugar.

Danish

Greenland food
Danish is a type of baked and sweetened pastry that is common in Denmark and neighboring Scandinavian countires. As Greenland is Danish territory, such a pastry has become an example of the local diet, while it is unlike the local Inuit (also called Eskimo) cuisine.

Norway Salmon

Norway food
It's essential to eat in Norway! We recommend to go to the fish market because seller will cut for you. Hand cut is more tasty than automaticaly cut one.

Berry

Norway food
Left: Bringebaer[Bringebar], so called Rasberry.
Right:Blabaer[Brober], so called Blueberry.
Plenty highlands in Norway provide fresh berries. We can also see plenty of berry's artifacts in supermarket.

Sardin

Norway food
Upper:Sardiner i Oliveolje[Sardina i Oliven oliya], Sardin in Olive oil.
Lower:Sardiner i Tomatsaus[Sardina i Tomato seus]. Sardin in Tomato sause.
Both are good for bread.

LAPSKAUS [Lapskeus]

Norway food
It is traditional soup in Norway. Beef simmerd to be tender, to be like a filament! It also contains carrots, potatoe. Although we tried canned food, it has rich taste!

Shrimp

Norway food
They provide plenty shrimp in fridge. It is cheaper than grained meat or potatoes!! Yes, Norway is famous as fishery country!