Brunost: the norwegians “brown cheese” that tastes like caramel.

Norway’s national diet harks back to its days as a poor country, expecially with preserving fish and meats in salt, lots of potatoes and simple sauces, in a heritage still dominates today. One of Norway’s most intriguing foods (at least, for foreigners) is eaten daily by many Norwegians for breakfast, lunch, or as a snack. Norwegians buy a special slicer just to eat their brunost, a “brown cheese” that has a texture more like fudge than any regular cheese, and a salty-sweet, almost tangy flavor. Brunost, also known as mysost,…

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#TodayInHistory – October 9

October 9 – Some important events on this day. 768 👉🏼 Charlemagne and his brother Carloman I are crowned Kings of The Franks 1000 👉🏼 Leif Ericson discovers “Vinland” (possibly L’Anse aux Meadows, Canada) reputedly becoming first European to reach North America 1290 👉🏼 Last of 16,000 Jews expelled by King Edward I leave England 1446 👉🏼 The Hangul alphabet is published in Korea 1781 👉🏼 Americans under George Washington and the French under comte de Rochambeau begin bombardment of Yorktown, the last battle of American Revolutionary War. When the…

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