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Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Bergen Fish Market, Norway

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The view of Bergen from the top of the Fløibanen funicular

Bergen was one of the first places we visited in Norway, a beautiful city with a wonderful fish market that I want to share with you.

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Bergen fish market - you can see the famous buildings of Bryggen in the background

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Everything packed on ice to keep it fresh

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Dried fish

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Delicious salmon

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Fresh shrimp, crab and lobster

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Anyone for caviar?

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Reindeer meat

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There was plenty of fresh fruit

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Cloudberry products - jams, syrups & sauces

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Some cloudberry jam for me - it is forbidden by law to pick unripe cloudberries in Norway!

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27 comments:

KennyT said...

Norway looks so beautiful, what a nice trip you had.

I'd love to visit this market, lots of goodies there!

I love cloudberry jam! Cloudberry jam + marmite/vegemite + cream cheese in sandwich, yum yum yum! Cloudberry jam on top of vanilla ice-cream, scrumptious!

Will the Norwegian laugh at me if they know I enjoy cloudberry this way? LOL.

atdownunder said...

I'm glad you posted more photos from your trip in Norway !
And farmers market reflects so well local traditions.

Bunny said...

I love looking at other peoples vacation pictures, what a wonderful place to be. Enjoy your vacation and come back with some recipes pleeeease! LOL!!

Dragon said...

Looks like you are having a great time! Thanks for sharing it with us.

The Mrs. said...

Wow, the fish market looks AMAZING! A fish lovers paradise, my mouth is watering! Also, Norway looks just lovely.

Chow and Chatter said...

what a lovely market

nyonya pendek melaka said...

Such gorgeous pictures of Norway! Now I'm so inspired to make a trip there someday.

Deeba @Passionate About Baking said...

Beautiful architecture & a lovely fish market. I am not too'fishy' a person, but I still LOVE it Nic. Love the fresh fruit too, and the jam stalls. Thanks for including the picture of a cloudberry on the tag.Else, I would have spent many an hour googling to take a look at it! LOL about the illegal unripe berry picking!Too funny!

Jan said...

Great pictures Nic! Norway does look good. Love the market.

aforkfulofspaghetti said...

Oh boy. I am going to HAVE to go to this! Norway was on my list anyway, but now even more so!

Funnily enough, I've just posted about the merits of squid. Obviously a day for thinking fishy thoughts!

♥Rosie♥ said...

I feel like I am with you Nic in Norway. It all looks so beautiful :0) The market looks amazing to go round and buy fresh produce - enjoy - enjoy!

Cynthia said...

Now you make me want to go to the market and cook!

Thanks for sharing these inspiring images.

Bella said...

I enjoy your blog; just found it for first time today. Many of your commenters are common readers of mine as well....I like your photos of travel and products as well as recipes! Hope you stop by for a chat sometime too. Be well and be happy! ~ Roz

Bellini Valli said...

I have had cloudberries in Newfoundland which they call bakeapples there. As always Norway looks like a stunning place to visit!!

Ricardo said...

Really nice photos as ever is almost like being there so fresh and delicious groceries. thanks for sharing :) xxx

Tulip said...

Love the look of those markets Nic. Those cherries...yum

Jane said...

Beautiful blog! I visited Norway as a teenager and your wonderful photos bring back memories.

Jane

Elra said...

What a wonderful place. Enjoy the rest of your vacation.

WizzyTheStick said...

okay you are going to have to educate little ole tropical girl here about cloudberries and why it is forbidden by law to pick them? This is the first time I am hearing of this fruit.

Marysol said...

What a wonderful market! From fruits to caviar, everything looks amazing! But I have to admit, I would've been perfectly happy just rolling around in that mountain of fresh crab and lobster.

So, what did you end up getting?

Anne said...

Great pix, esp the cherry mountain mmm!

Nicisme said...

Thanks so much guys!

And Kenny, the Norwegians probably won't laugh at you, but I will LOL!

Welcome Bella and Jane! Thanks for visiting.

Whizzy - not sure why it's forbidden to pick the unripe ones....

Marysol - we just bought some of the jam, and had already eaten so didn't try any of the fish plates.

Rasa Malaysia said...

Crab claws!!! How I wish I could get crab claws cheap here in Southern CA. They are expensive. I loooove crab claws, yummy!

outsideoslo said...

How wonderful! I was at the Bergen fish market a little over a year ago, and I wish I had taken photos while going through. Thanks for sharing! Next time I visit Norway (or hopefully before) I hope to taste cloudberries; I hear they have a delightful, dessert-like flavor.

Sjayne said...

Wow, I was there on July 19 and took photos of many of the exact same stalls and also put them on Flickr..weird!

I loved everything about the market apart from perhaps the whale burgers.

My pics are on flickr at - http://www.flickr.com/photos/sarahjaynebrereton/sets/72157621965078080/

Nicisme said...

Rasa Malaysia - I think they were quite expensive in Norway too!

outsideoslo - thank you! I haven't tried my jam that I bought yet, hope it's good.

Sjane - that is weird! Great photo's you've got on Flickr!

Siberia said...

The jam pic looks really delicious. I have never eaten cloudberries, is it sweet fruit?