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.
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.
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.
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.
It has the special name “Norway”. The taste must be loved by everyone!
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!
They provide plenty shrimp in fridge. It is cheaper than grained meat or potatoes!! Yes, Norway is famous as fishery country!
It is the one of the culture in Norway. We can find lots kind of samamis in the supermarket, I ate mixture of beef, pork and lamb.
In English, “Fish cake”. It has elastic texture. Campsite owner has said that it should be eaten with potatoes.
Fresh sardin is put in vinegar with onion slice and whole blach peppers, it is just Norway's traditional food. It is one of X'mas item in Norway. Sur means sour, sild means fish.
Norway has the culture of plenty kind of salamis. Reindeer is also eaten.
Waffle is Norwagian traditional sweets as this picture shows. I ate same waffle in Svalbard（≫here）