Sunday, June 17, 2012

Eating our Way Across Scandinavia

Part of a breakfast in Copenhagen. Salmon, always salmon . . . .

Joe's mussels in Tivoli


Lamb shank in Tivoli


Roed groed med floed, a wonderful dessert that only Danes can pronounce!


Linguini with smoked reinder, mushrooms, in sweet whey butter sauce

Shared appetizer: four preparations of herring

Grand Hotel, Oslo

Char with roe and white asparagus, carrot puree

Trout



Open-face sandwiches, Oslo

Open-face sandwiches, Copenhagen



Reindeer, Stockholm




4 comments:

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Oh, my... that's a LOTTA food! One bite at a time. :)

Suzan said...

Not exactly fare one would find at the "Diner formerly known as Zinn's"! I like the plate presentations. Exactly what I think I would expect in Scandinavia. Reindeer sounds so exotic but that is probably because I think of Rudolph. I imagine they are raised in herds much the way we raise beef in this country. Am I correct?

Denise in PA said...

I was wondering about the food! I hope you like salmon! And, reindeer - does it taste like chicken??? And, what does that dessert - Roed groed med floed - taste like?

OT Quilter said...

It all looks delicious. Food is an important part of traveling, that's for sure!