Gjetost - Norwegian brown cheese made from goat and cow milk, then caramelized. Very delicious.

Gjetost - Norwegian brown cheese made from goat and cow milk, then caramelized. Very delicious.

Never would have thought of this fun idea! Cheese slicer, Dalahorse motif, 10"

Never would have thought of this fun idea! Cheese slicer, Dalahorse motif, 10"

swedish knäckebröd

swedish knäckebröd

There is just nothing quite like even the simplest homemade cracker, made to carry slices of meat and cheese into your mouth.

Thanks for the shout out from @Heidi Swanson!   Still the best way to cut dense rugbrød: Camilla Plum's family heirloom hand-cranked slicing machine.    Photo by Chad Robertson

Thanks for the shout out from @Heidi Swanson! Still the best way to cut dense rugbrød: Camilla Plum's family heirloom hand-cranked slicing machine. Photo by Chad Robertson

ostehøvel / norwegian cheese slicer  (I'm always surprised by the people who don't know what these are OR who are surprised we have so many :) )

ostehøvel / norwegian cheese slicer (I'm always surprised by the people who don't know what these are OR who are surprised we have so many :) )

Pewter Cheese Buttons  SKU: F1710    Cheese Buttons, made of pewter from Norway, give your fingers a place to grip a block of cheese when slicing. Decorated with a traditional rosemaling design.

Pewter Cheese Buttons SKU: F1710 Cheese Buttons, made of pewter from Norway, give your fingers a place to grip a block of cheese when slicing. Decorated with a traditional rosemaling design.

The original cheese slicer invented by Thor Bjørklund in 1925. Bjørklund was a carpenter by profession. He constructed the cheese slicer because of irritation at how difficult it was to cut cheese with a knife. The planers are produced in Lillehammer, and have been for more than 80 years. It has become a classic symbol of Norwegian innovation, quality and design.

Materials: Beech handle / stainless steel

L9"

Made in Norway.

The original cheese slicer invented by Thor Bjørklund in 1925. Bjørklund was a carpenter by profession. He constructed the cheese slicer because of irritation at how difficult it was to cut cheese with a knife. The planers are produced in Lillehammer, and have been for more than 80 years. It has become a classic symbol of Norwegian innovation, quality and design. Materials: Beech handle / stainless steel L9" Made in Norway.

Awesome Norwegian invention...*the perfect cheese slicer

Awesome Norwegian invention...*the perfect cheese slicer

Rugbroed og den gode gamle :-) dark rye bread and the good old slicer!

Rugbroed og den gode gamle :-) dark rye bread and the good old slicer!

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