Explore Norwegian Cuisine, Norwegian Recipes, and more!

Explore related topics

A bit of Brunost History   For centuries, Norwegian farmers have made a variety of cheeses from cow and goat milk, using the leftover whey to produce several other food products. It is said that the initial creation of Brunost cheese is attributed to an Anne Haav, who worked in a creamery in the Gudbrands valley in Norway. In the summer of 1863, she experimented by adding cream to cow milk whey before bringing the whey to a boil. She ended up with a brown cheese, which was the most basic…

Notes on Lifestyle by Georgina: Fraiche Food Friday: Foodie Bucket List

Whether they go by raspeball, kompe, klubb, or komle, there is no getting around it: we are talking about a hulking round of stodgy, rib-sticking, potato-y goodness.

The Many Varieties (and names) of Komle or Respeballer. Potato dumplings that are very dense and filled with some type of meat, usually fatback or some type of pork and boiled. It is comfort food to a Norwegian like baked mac n cheese is to an American

brunost <3  This is so yummy.  I have found it here in USA but our bread does not compare ...

Det er typisk norsk å være god - til å bake brød

Jarlsburg Norwegian goat's milk cheese - love the holes and delicately honeyed and nutty flavor

Jarlsburg Norwegian goat's milk cheese - love the holes and delicately honeyed and nutty flavor

brunost, also known as gjetost, made from the whey of goat's milk

Norwegian: Brunost, also known as Gjetost, also known as Gudbrandsdalen, also known as brown cheese, made from the whey of goat's milk. And only 26 % fat total! I have a relationship with this cheese

Playing with light but this time to create a more lighter mood. [Photo: Meeta K. Wolff]

Brunost Cheese – A Norwegian Delicacy

Playing with light but this time to create a more lighter mood. [Photo: Meeta K.

Favorite afternoon snack (particularly at the little house by the fjord) that my sister makes (recipe from her Norwegian mother-in-law):    5 eggs, 1/2c. sugar, 1/2 c. melted butter, 1 1/2 c. flour, 3 c. milk, 3/4 t. baking powder, 3/4 t. cardamon or vanilla.  Let sit in refrigerator for 30 minutes.  Then make delicious waffles topped with jams, sour cream, or nutella.

Favorite afternoon snack (particularly at the little house by the fjord) that my…

Prim ... whipped brown cheese. (We put this inside thick lefse with butter, cinnamon & sugar.)

(We put this inside thick lefse with butter, cinnamon & sugar.) Or just slather it on a slice of bread.

Pinterest
Search