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Any good food in Scandinavia?

Lots of new restaurants have received stars and mentions in the Michelin guide which were presented this week, and many also kept their previous stars.

But that’s not all!

The Scandinavian teams have yet again showed that they are among the best in the world during the Culinary Olympics which were held in Stuttgart, also this week. Over 2000 chefs from 59 different countries took part of the competition. One of the key “ingredients” for the success is the local, clean flavors in the different dishes according to the Norwegian team.

With the below results we are looking forward to even more good dishes in the years to come!

Congratulations to all the teams!

The results are;

NATIONAL CULINARY TEAMS:

1st place: gold medal for Norway

2nd place: silver medal for Sweden

3rd place: bronze medal for Iceland

JUNIOR NATIONAL CULINARY TEAMS:

1st place: gold medal for Sweden

2nd place: silver medal for Norway

3rd place: bronze medal for Switzerland

Picture from Furukroa

COMMUNITY CATERING/MILITARY TEAMS:

1st place: gold medal for The National Catering Team of Denmark, Denmark

2nd place: silver medal for Fazer Culinary Team Finland, Finland

3rd place: bronze medal for Swiss Armed Forces Culinary Team (SACT), Swiss

REGIONAL CULINARY TEAMS:

1st place: gold medal for Cercle des Chefs de Cuisine Lucerne, Swiss

2nd place: silver medal for Stockholm Culinary Team,

3rd place: bronze medal for ACF Regional Culinary Team USA, United States

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