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Why There Might Be Plastic in Your Mussels
Scientists now find microplastics inside even remote Arctic bivalves.
Michelin’s First-Ever ‘Nordic Cities’ Guide Includes No 3-Star
Not even Noma, which still rocks two.
Here’s What 27 Tons of Burning Goat Cheese Looks Like
“I didn’t know that brown cheese burns so well,” said the director of the Norwegian Public Roads Administration.
Swedes Smuggle Butter into Norway; Primitive Urge Makes You Feel Hungrier in
Two aspiring butter kingpins get nabbed at the border.
Norway Is Utterly Butterless
Better cancel that flight, Paula Deen.
Video: The Flying Culinary Circus Cooks at Surfas and Melts Hearts
The four Norwegian chefs welcome a little sexual harassment over a cooking demo.
Sous Vide Is Made Simple; Sushi Robots Rise
A Tokyo company releases new sushi-making robots and a sous vide machine is produced for the home kitchen.
L.A. County is Quarantined for Psyllids; Stone Beer Gets a
The discovery of more psyllid insects earns L.A. County a quarantine, while Stone Beer will be seen in
School Lunches Getting Healthier; Norway Enters Global Food Scene
International Beer Creation; Cupcakes Reach Critical Mass
Plus: Norway’s cuisine revolution; why overweight children snack in groups
Gloucester Water Crisis Goes Federal; Beer Chemists Preserve Flavor
Plus: cupcakes are everywhere, and Norway’s gourmet revolution, all in our morning news roundup.
Ken Friedman ‘Appalled’ by El Bulli;
Plus: the cupcake boom, in our morning news roundup.