Foto: Geir Egil Bergjord (“gutten med mais”) og Mette Randem
I see corn. Everywhere I turn. The local markets are pushing sous vide corn cobs on the grilling masses and the small farmer´s markets are pushing “fresh” corn-on-the-cob; in their husks, imported from places like France. The local Norwegian fresh corn will show up later in the year, as unavailable and for the most part as unappealing as ever.
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Foto: Mette Randem
What is my favorite vegetable? Onion. Any kind of onion. OK, I am partial to red onions, fresh white onions and shallots, but to be honest any onion will do.
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These trainwreck-looking potatoes are worth their weight in gold, therefore the name. Fort Knoks Potatoes are parboiled, seasoned, baked, smashed, re-seasoned and baked again. They are way easier to prepare than french fries, but equally as crispy, equally as good. These ugly (as in good-ugly) potatoes are irresistable, even straight from the fridge.
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“Brown shoes don´t make it.” (Frank Zappa)
One of the reasons I am not a great chef is, well, that I haven´t put in the years of hard training and education necessary to become a great chef. Another reason is that I truly, with all my heart, love brown food.
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Photo: Aina Hole
Some of the greatest dishes ever created 1) didn´t involve a chef, and 2) did involve the amazing combination of a few really good local ingredients, a severe lack of money and the amazing creativity of human beings (usually women).
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Photo: Aina Hole
I have been in the blog business for nearly one month. I have received good help in getting started and I have learned a lot by studying other people´s blogs. Some are very good while others are not my particular cup of tea.
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