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The Klippfiskbutikken (Klipfish shop) is located in the Town hall in Kristiansund and is the only one of its kind in Norway. Opened in 2001 by...
Welcome to Totenvika gallery and culture café!
The main house at Skramstad Søndre was built at the beginning of the 19th century and is set in a beaut...
The Norwegian Klipfish Museum is situated on the island of Gomalandet in a large and well preserved wharf dating back to 1749. The wharf was used for...
Steakhouse in a traditional 1820 warehouse on the quay in Tromsø. Restaurant with table service, also serving goat.
Welcome to a tasty and cheerful food show – introduced by the Ryfylke Chef Frode Selvaag and Tor Øyvind Skeiseid from Ryfylke Livsgnist.
In this show...
The Bekkereinan company provides gourmet meats and food from local livestock in Kvinesdal Southern Norway.
At the tender age of 19, Jan Terje Vignes built his first greenhouse to grow tomatoes. Now, 13 years down the line, he has expanded into becoming one o...
Hjembu farm dates back to the 1700s where there has always been a love of nature and animals. The current owner acquired the property in 1981 and has invested heavily in providing locally produced food of high quality. The farm is a family business from three generations.
The Ryfylke Chef – Frode Selvaag – is born and bred in Ryfylke. Originally from Sandeid, he now operates from Finnøy. Confused? You don’t need to be....
This is the original goat barn from the 1850s. The smell is gone but the traditions and stories remain in the walls.