Norwegian meatballs, like Norwegian waffles, have a million and one recipes all claiming they’re the definitive…. but for me, this is it. It’s the recipe […]
Month: June 2018
I’ve heard it said that riskrem is one of the most famous Norwegian desserts…. so I thought, for our Wednesday recipe days, that we might […]
The first electric plane takes flight in Norway
Minister for Transport Ketil Solvik-Olsen will be on board as Norway’s first electric aircraft makes its first journey on Monday. Avinor, the owner of the […]
15 things you probably didn’t know about Norse mythology
We here at the NCQ are fascinated with Norse mythology – for myself, I’ve studied courses on Norse history and myths through Oxford and UNE […]
The King’s Choice – a review
With the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival now only a month away – and tickets now available around the country – we thought it would be […]
Geothermals for Gardermoen?
While almost every other news provider is freaking out about Russia threatening Norway over an increase in US troops on Norwegian soil, yours truly thinks […]
Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival 2018 – latest news
Ladies and gentlemen, tickets are finally available for the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival showing at the Palace Barracks Cinemas from July 19-August 5. If you […]
MANDATORY – all NCQ members to participate in the Scandinavian Festival.
Not really…. but now that we have your attention….. This year’s Scandinavian Festival is shaping up to be a pretty grand affair, with Norway, Sweden, […]
Edvard Munch’s “The Scream”…artworks of passion and loss.
While it comes as no real surprise to anyone that there are more than 4 versions of Munch’s “The Scream” given that there are already […]
The 12th Man – a review
Historical drama is an area in which Norwegian film-makers tend to excel – especially when it comes to retellings of Norwegian history. The 12th Man […]