In the final installment of this four-part series, Chef Ming Tsai heads to Oslo, Norway, where he meets home cook and food writer Andreas Viestad and tours Geitmyra Culinary Center for Children, a space that focuses on educating children and family on making good choices in eating habits and being responsible co-producers in the food chain.Ming Tsai
Chef Ming Tsai Explores Norway’s Rich Seafood Heritage with Bocuse d’Or Winning Chef Ørjan Johannessen
In episode three of this four-part series, Chef Ming Tsai heads to Bekkjarvik on the western coast of Norway to meet Bocuse d’Or–winning Chef Ørjan Johannessen and learn about Norway’s prized Fjord Trout, aka Steelhead Trout.Ming Tsai
In part two of this four-part series, Chef Ming Tsai heads to Stord, Norway, to meet Norwegian Chef Geir Skeie and learn about Norway’s world-renowned aquaculture industry.Ming Tsai
Chef Ming Tsai tours Norway’s coast as part of Season 14 of his award-winning PBS series, SIMPLY MING. In part one of this four-part series, Chef Ming heads to Stavanger to learn about the rich heritage behind Norway’s national fish, meet local farmers and cook with award-winning Norwegian Chef Gunnar Hvarnes.Ming Tsai
Rich with tradition, see how the new Nordic Diet brings together the country’s seafood-centric culinary heritage with whole grains, cruciferous vegetables, berries, apples, pears and root vegetables in modern interpretations.
Norwegian Salmon farmers care as much about the welfare of their fish as they do about the pristine environment in which they raise them. Get the facts on the great lengths they go to to maintain the highest levels of safety, security and sustainability in regard to feed, contaminants, antibiotics and sea lice.
There are even more reasons to enjoy food rich in omega-3 fatty acids: They not only can improve health, they can actually reverse damage. See why the higher fat content in farm-raised salmon offers more omega-3 fatty acids per serving than wild-caught.
See how much seafood the FDA and EPA say pregnant women and small children should eat to maintain a nutritious diet.