Pork is not christmas food, and so is the otherwise tasteless. And our beloved duck? The taste of metal.
There will not be brushed under the carpet, when the Norwegian journalist and author Jon Hustad to describe the food, the vast majority of danes eat for a christmas party.
And he is not in doubt:
'The food In the the restaurant for the christmas party, is it pure filth,'
the Attitude he expressed in a longer op-ed in Weekendavisen, where he under the title of 'the Pig is not christmas' trying to convince the newspaper's readers that the traditional Danish christmas food, that is roast pork, especially the pork crackling, duck and tarteletter partly tastes terrible and, in fact, not suitable as christmas food.
'There are two variants of the and. Wild duck who is shot and is absurd animals, and industriand. The wild duck tastes of the tran, industrianden tastes like chicken and leaves in addition, a metallic taste in the palate. Who the hell will have the tran or metal on christmas eve?'
And so you might be thinking: What should be served, when the is is put on the table, and the christmas party in time?
It has Jon Hustad also the answer.
dried fish or lammeribbe.
dried fish made from cod, which is watered down for 18 hours, after which it is added together with the potato slices, tomato and onion in a large pot and are boiled together in three hours. The court is served with white bread and wine from Piedmont.
Should it not fall in your taste, so that suggests Jon Hustad, as an alternative make lammeribbe, and consists your christmas food of one of the two dishes, so you can therefore, according to the Norwegian pride of you to have made real christmas food.Updated Date: 24 December 2019, 01:00