Meal of the day

It has come to my knowledge that blogging about food is a normal thing to do. Let me present my meal of the day; Smalahove! *tadaaaa* smalahove

“Smalahove” is a traditional norwegian dish that naturally tastes like “Pinnekjøtt” (also a norwegian awesome dish with divine salty falour) The skin and fleece of the head is torched, the brain removed, and the head is salted, sometimes smoked, and dried. I grew accustomed to this delicacy when I lived in Voss, Norway. Some might find this disgusting, and that’s fair enough. Mind you, vikings are not easily scared, and one is wise to use most of the animal. Crazy crazy norwegians.

Have you ever tried Smalahove?

~Sól

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16 thoughts on “Meal of the day

  1. I don’t mind eating that. 😀

    I’d like to try something new and awesome since my tastebuds craves for every food that I’m both familiar and unfamiliar with. I lived in a country where our food varies from “it looks so yummy, i’ll have that~!” to “wow, so “exotic” & weird, I think it’s inedible!” by people from the far west and even find it hard to eat some of our delicacies eventhough our food was nothing more but a normal food colored with spices & unfamiliar ingredients in the eyes of the westerns except it looks just too weird & sometimes disgusting to them to eat it. (sigh 😦 ) I guess it’s just human nature for us to be “weird out” with another’s culture that we’re not familiar of.

    I want to travel around the world someday and one of the places might be or will be Norway. I’d like to try different delicacies there. As long as it’s food, I’m in. Hopefully I could meet you someday queen of the vikings. 🙂

    – Love lots~!
    Curious wanderer from the far East.

  2. I’m not really convinced that a girl that looks that good would eat something that looks like that. You’re going to have to do better than a picture of a plate. Sorry.

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