[...] try some of my wife’s specialities?Here are some posts from our earlier fish delight dishes:-> Rakfisk dish as traditional fish delicacy from Norway-> Olga experience seafood delight in Norway-> [...]
[...] try some of my wife’s specialities? Here are some posts from our earlier fish delight dishes: -> Rakfisk dish as traditional fish delicacy from Norway -> Olga experience seafood delight in Norway -> [...]
forgot to thank you for all the visits and comments you made to my blogs while I was away for a three months vacation in my home country, Philippines. I truly appreciate all. Thanks a lot Renny!
all the foods were greatly decorated! yummy!
and I love fishes..I believed you truly had a great time!
Takk for hyggeleg helsing på bloggen min!gratulera som bestefar det er ein stor opplevelse seier alle til meg,-)!Eg skall bli bestemor snart i Mai,-)me gler oss enormt det er første barnebarnet,Rakefisk er godt eg liker å prøve forskjellige mat retter ha ein strålande dag klem Lisen
You have no idea how much I'd like a slice of the cheesecake
Smalahove isn't bad if you can get past your food staring at you, and its interesting to see it prepared (essentially run through a flamethrower, at least at the place in Voss I had it).
We know here that fish is a tradition food in Norway; is true? I want this it, delicious Rakfish ! And I love all photos, as usually!
[...] Saturday RennyBA and I are invited to a BBQ mixer at long time blog friend A….since it is a bit outside of the [...]
[...] Johan) and free admission to museums and sights. During three days, you will be able to explore the Oslo Fjord, The Maritime and Viking Museum, Vigeland Sculpture Park, The Botanical Garden as well as hiking in [...]
The other destinations that I went to were Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, and Kristiansand (I liked Stavanger: the Best Western Hotel had free soup and light snacks for dinner, and let me use the hotel laptop with wireless for a couple of hours).
I went there a couple of years ago, but unfortuantely, the places you mention I did not go. That said, I did go on the Flom railway (absolutely incredible) to the tiny communinty of Flom, where a ferry was caught down the fjord.
However, I've been told that it's very similar to some parts of Europe. Can anyone tell me whether Norway would offer anything remarkably different? The destinations in Norway would be Andalsnes, Korgen, Tysford, Svartisen Glacier, Skibotn and Hammerfest.
[...] You find the original post here www.terella.no/2009/ … | RennyBA [...]
Great place isn't it ! Can't recall the name of the particular island but of the many, the easiest and cheapest to get to. But what about the Stockholm Archipelego !! Now that is even better !
[...] http://www.terella.no/2009/09/19/outdoor-recreation-on-oslo-fjord-islands/ [...]
i don't know if it's just my pregnancy cravings but that tasty looking chicken stole my attention!
What a lovely group of swans (whatever that word should be!)! I would be so happy to find that scene, too! Your fall colors are awesome!