Saturday, June 17, 2017

All You Can Eat / Todo Lo Que Puedas Comer

La version español está después de la versión inglés.

EATING (AND EATING well) is not the only thing we do, but we sure have done it a lot lately. Here is one last trip to the buffet table (which is how I've begun to think of our trip to Norway). It's better (much better) than the Unlimited Salad at Olive Garden (click here if you don't know what that is). The Norwegian dinner pictured was enjoyed in Nyksund (click here) at Ekspedisjonen Restaurant & Kafebar i Vertsbrygga. The restaurant was as exceptional as the location.

COMER (Y COMER bien) no es lo único que hacemos, pero seguro que lo hemos hecho mucho últimamente. Aquí hay un último viaje a la mesa de buffet (que es cómo he empezado a pensar en nuestro viaje a Noruega). Es mejor (mucho mejor) que la ensalada ilimitado en Olive Garden (haga clic aquí si no sabes lo que es). La comida noruega fue disfrutada en Nyksund (haz clic aquí) en Ekspedisjonen Restaurant & Kafebar. El restaurante era tan excepcional como el sitio.


A ROOM DECORATED WITH TORRFISK! (CLICK HERE)
¡DECORADO CON TORRFISK! (HAZ CLIC AQUÍ)
I COULDN'T FINISH MY BEER. COUSIN MARITE HELPED.
NO PODRÍA BEBER TODA MI CERVEZA. PRIMA MARITE ME AYUDÓ.
MY FISH SOUP.
MI SOPA DE PESCADO.
MY COD.
MI BACALAO.
FRUIT, SORBET, MERENGUE, AND ICE CREAM. MARITE DIDN'T HELP ME WITH MINE.
FRUTA, SORBET, MERINGUE, Y HELADO. MARITE NO ME AYUDÓ CON LA MÍA.

Click to enlarge these last two images (if you want to).
Haz clic para ampliar estas dos últimas imágenes (si tú quieres).



28 comments:

  1. a nice trip to a lovely (and delicious) country.

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    1. anne marie:
      It was even better than we expected.

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  2. I need to add Norway to my bucket list.

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  3. Looks like a great place to eat out. Lovely photos and greetings!

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    1. Blogoratti:
      An incredible place. Unfortunately, everything is very expensive, but it's one of those worthwhile splurges.

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  4. I've never visited Norway but you're making me think about adding it to my bucket list.

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    1. Stephen:
      Don't bother adding it to the list. Just go! You won't be disappointed.

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  5. I love that second to last photo! It's so Frame-able!

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    1. Bob:
      Thanks. There were works of art in every direction.

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  6. Glad to see you had your priorities of dessert vs beer in good order! I would never have considered a decorating scheme featuring dried fish - you have broadened my horizons.

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    1. Wilma:
      I loved that dried fish theme so much so that I've been draping them all over the house. The only problem is that the cats keep dragging them away... and it smells.

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  7. Okay food envy here. That cod looks delicious and the dessert seemed highly acceptable!!!!

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    1. Willym:
      My photos can't do justice to the quality of the food. Amazing.

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  8. WOW!
    LOVE cod.
    Same with fish soup.
    The dried fish lying about....
    Norway, I think I have fallen for thee.

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    1. Jim:
      You would love Norway and we've only seen small areas north and south.

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  9. Boy, you two love your fish huh? Hell, I say eat all you want, we only live once. Unless your Shirley MacLaine.

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    1. mistress maddie:
      I especially had as much fish as I could while we traveled and I find myself now doing the same here at home. (Shirley and I were brothers in a previous life.)

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  10. Lovely meal, but given that you are in Norway I thought you would entertain us with comments in Norwegian.

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  11. Yes the soup looks good..was it sour?

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    1. John Gray:
      Not sour, very light in flavor. (I wouldn't have enjoyed sour.)

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  12. I always enjoy your blog but the bilingual entries is really great for my efforts to learn Spanish.

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    1. Spo:
      I'll have you speaking broken Spanish in no time!

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    2. My Spanish from the Podcast is from Seville; the Cuban and Mexican co-workers are too polite to tell me they think I sound not proper to their ears.

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    3. Spo: They're just too ashamed to say anything because you speak proper Spanish.

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