smorbrod


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smorbrod

(Norwegian ˈsmœrˌbrɜː)
n
(Cookery) the Norwegian name for smørrebrød
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The lands and sea offer up the freshest and best ingredients, exemplified by dishes such as smorbrod (open sandwiches), gravlax (cured salmon), reinsdyrsteik (reindeer roast) and krumkake (rolled crepes filled with whipped cream).
Watching the Northern Lights, eating delicious smorbrod or waffles with cream, skiing, and of course, celebrating Syttend Mai, Norwegian Independence Day on May 17 is part of the great cultural experience of exploring life in Norway.
OSLO WHILE Norwegians enjoy eating smorbrod, traditional open sandwiches with ingredients served on rustic bread, closed sandwiches remain pricey.