No long post here, just a quick glimpse of our dive into the world of Norwegian Christmas food.
The Peace House Julebord was
a) a meal at a very nice restaurant
Rakfisk (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈrɑːkfisk]): Norwegian fish dish made from trout or sometimes char, salted and fermented for two to three months, or even up to a year, then eaten without cooking.
Juletallerken (lit. Christmas plate): a plate full of delicious meat, the best of which was the ribbe, pork rib with the most delicious, crispy yet melty crackling.
Torsk: cod fish, with a lovely citrus sauce and melty potato gnocchis.
b) A Christmas quiz a the Peace House
Made by The Quiz Master Andreas. And which Emi's team won!! Whoever intends to work at the Peace House should be ready to up their quiz game.
c) A party
More food, some (at the time) great music, some dancing, rooftop trips, ... We all had a great time, and got to know everyone in a more relaxed context!
We also want to take this opportunity to wish everyone a wonderful holiday season, whatever you eat, however you decide to celebrate, enjoy!
Laëtitia & Emi