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La oss lage mat! Let’s cook Norwegian with Elisabeth and Victoria!
April 13 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Learn how to bake Norwegian meatballs during this exciting event! Our two hosts will walk us through how to make “Kjøttkaker,” traditional Norwegian meatballs. Bring yourself, your ingredients, and your stove! We will be showcasing the original version and a vegetarian version.
Elisabeth & Victoria Bergquist are a fabulous cooking duo from Fredrikstad Norway. Elisabeth is a personal chef and Victoria is a web engineer with a passion for the kitchen.
Access the list of ingredients needed to follow the cook-along!
Event attendees local to Chapel Hill are encouraged to use chives and rosemary from Edible Campus UNC’s satellite gardens for garnish! Chives and rosemary are currently available in the Graham, Hardin, Lenoir, and Stacy satellite gardens. If you need directions to a garden, please reach out to Kyle Parker, the Edible Campus Coordinator, at 919-289-2961.
This event is part of UNC CES’ Europe Week 2021. It is co-sponsored by Edible Campus UNC, the UNC Curriculum in Global Studies, the UNC Curriculum in Peace, War, and Defense, the UNC Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures, the UNC Department of Romance Studies, UNC E3P’s Food Studies Minor, UNC Global, and the UNC Russian Flagship Program.