Trout, wild game and mountain farm animals provide high-quality ingredients. Meals are served at eating places in the area. Milk is a staple in the Hallingdal cuisine. Mountain dairy farms are open from July to September.
Specialties: Sour cream, butter, cheeses and other food made from milk, bread and griddle cakes. Småmat, lefsekling and beer are traditional party food.
Specialties: Trout, red deer venison, lamb, cured mutton, sausages, fruit, cheeses, lefse and cakes, home-brewed beer, apple juice and cider.
Animal husbandry, hunting and fishing provide ingredients for cheese-making, smoking or curing. Sogn's delicious cuisine is available in mountain lodges and at buffets in the region’s hotels.
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Typical food and drink in the area include apple juice and fruit from Hardanger, and trout from the Hallingdal Valley.
What to eat in the Fjell & Fjord region
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