In the June issue of Viking, entrepreneur and author Brontë Aurell shared recipes from her book, “ScandiKitchen Summer.” And while banana bread might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of traditional Scandinavian eats, Aurell has a cooking mind of her own. Check out her banana recipe with a special Scandi twist.
In the March issue of Viking magazine, we catch up with Scandinavian celebrity chef Tina Nordström. From her cookbooks, television shows, kitchen items and wine, there are few areas of the food industry she has left untouched.
Anders Husa speaks with Viking magazine about his passion for photography, travel and all things food. By Frances Smith In 2011, Anders Husa created a blog called Foodie Stories to document his favorite restaurants. Today, he’s an award-winning food expert and writer that’s on the pulse of Norway’s restaurant scene. Between traveling, snapping photographs and making YouTube videos, Husa spreads the [...]
Looking to beat the heat with some sweet treats? In Viking’s August 2018 issue, Norwegian baker and food stylist Paul Lowe (aka Sweet Paul) shows us how with his blackberry and raspberry striped ice pops.
Have you ever wondered what causes the midnight sun to occur? Check out the August issue of Viking magazine to learn about the science behind the phenomenon. Hint: It’s all about Earth’s axial tilt towards the sun.
With its vast stretches of coastline and pristine waters, Scandinavia is a nature lover’s dream. Summer is the perfect time to escape to the coast for some relaxation and fun. The July issue of Viking magazine highlights five unique seaside resorts. Here, we highlight three more.
Located on two small islands in Lofoten, the charming fishing village of Henningsvær is small, yet worth the visit. Colorful buildings line the harbor with the steep mountains of Austvågøya as a backdrop.
In the August 2016 issue of Viking, we highlight food blogger and photographer Nevada Berg. She runs her blog, North Wild Kitchen, from her 17th-century mountain farm in Numedal, Norway. Inspired by Norway’s natural beauty, Berg’s recipes and photography celebrate seasonal ingredients, and blend tradition with unique flavors.
You may recognize actor Jakob Oftebro from hit Norwegian films such as “Max Manus: Man of War” and “Kon-Tiki.” He graduated from The Norwegian Academy of Performing Arts 2007 and continued his studies at The Danish National School of Performing Arts.
When Sema Dibooglu was diagnosed with celiac disease, a condition known as gluten intolerance, she had to change her lifestyle. In 2013, she started a blog called “Eat Without Gluten.” On the blog, she posts recipes, tips and positive advice on living gluten-free.