Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Made in Norway salmon


Look at the  s i z e   of this piece of salmon!
Our town's supermarket recently began selling Norwegian salmon.
I think it's because Israelis started having second thoughts about buying frozen fish and frozen vegetables from China after these products got some bad press.

BTW, a supermarket worker in white saw my camera and rushed over, asking if she could help me with something.
I said simply that I had promised a photo to my friend Tanya in Norway, which is true. 

So for ABC Wednesday, N is for Norway, "Made in Norway."


William Kendall said...

That is big. As I've an aversion to sea food, I'd go for something else.

Gosia k said...

looks delicious

Cloudia said...

I don't trust China foodstuffs either. Their systems are not at Norwegian standards for sure.

Linda said...

Dina, that is a lovely looking piece of salmon! I absolutely love salmon. :)

Hels said...

I don't eat meat, so I largely rely on protein from fish, eggs and dairy products. Especially salmon!!! Especially Norwegian.

Gunn said...

We eat quite a lot of salmon in Norway, and it is good to see that it is popular where you are too. Healthy and tasty and rich on vitamin D..... Enjoy!

Melody Steenkamp said...

hmmm Dina, you make water run round my teeth.... i love it, although i eat it very rarely because i'm the only one in the house who likes fish ;-)

Have a nice abc-wednesday-day / – week
♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)

Alice said...

MMM !!! Is all I can say : )

Karl Demetz said...

It's really big and looks delicious !

Ann said...

Well that could last for at least two meals!! We love salmon here.

VP said...

I am sure it is really good!

Roger Owen Green said...

I love the Scandinavian flags - similar yet different.


Trubes said...

We enjoy eating salmon which comes from Scotland in the northern part of the UK.
Smoked salmon and cream cheese blinis is a favourite in our household along with
fresh salmon lightly poached served with hollanaise sauce... delicious.
I've not seen Norwegian salmon in our supermarkets. I'm sure it must be good,
bearing in mind the beautiful clear waters in the rivers and ffjords,

Best wishes,
ABCW team.

cieldequimper said...

I prefer Scottish salmon but yes, that's huge!

Kay said...

We're avoiding food from China also. It's a lot cheaper, but we never are quite confident of what we're getting.