Serve with the moose roulades with boiled potatoes, vegetables and the lingonberrry relish.Read more
Although Newfoundland and Labrador didn’t become part of Canada until 1949, this area has a rich and colourful history. The rugged coastline of this island is shaped by the wind and the sea, so too is the character of its people. This is the place where Europeans first set foot in North America, a thousand years ago.Read more
1. Peel the shrimps and save all the shells. Fry the onion with a few drops of oil, add the tomato purée and the shrimp shells, fill with water and cover.
2. Boil and let simmer for about 10 minutes. Strain and reduce the liquid until approx. 1 decilitre is left.
Often misconstrued in contemporary times as a culture of bloodthirsty yet noble savages, the Vikings’ historical legacy is in fact far more complex and important.Read more
The Scandinavian diaspora encompasses the foreign populations of five different countries: Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland. Despite the distinction between the countries, they bear a number of cultural and historical similarities and share similar patterns of migration.Read more