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Here is a modest but a solid claim from the man who is executive chef at restaurant FÃ¤viken Magasinet near JÃ¤rpen in the middle of Sweden. When you think about it, the creation and ascent to world fame of FÃ¤viken is an unlikely story although perhaps not as strange as the story of the huge cow licking a on block of ice in Ginnungagap and during the long drive back to Trondheim airport on the morning after my visit, I couldn't help but wonder whether destiny here had been a matter of chance or a matter of choice.
To take FÃ¤viken to where it is today, has certainly single i järpen personal choices from a number of people and not in the least but not only from Magnus Nilsson himself. The 20, acre FÃ¤viken farm and hunting estate can trace its origins back for centuries the building which houses the restaurant was erected in but its modern history starts with the acquisition in by Patrik and Ann-Charlotte Brummer, who set about restoring it and thereby rescuing its cultural heritage.
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There had been a restaurant on the estate since the 's, focusing mainly on moose fondue dinners for corporate groups of up to people, but the Brummer's weren't happy with the direction the restaurant was taking. It wasn't up to their standards and business wasn't very good either; its catchment area is, after all, very thinly populated. It was by chance single i järpen Single i järpen Nilsson came to FÃ¤viken in Born in northern Sweden, he had known that he wanted to be a chef from a very early age and when he was 13 years old, he convinced his parents to send him to a boarding school for chefs in Ã re single i järpen the municipality of JÃ¤rpen.
After finishing school, he continued his training in the south of Sweden at restaurant Kattegat in the SkÃ¥ne region and later on at Pontus in the Greenhouse in Stockholm both now defunct. He then moved to Paris to work in the kitchens of Pascal Barbot's Astranceduring its rise to three Michelin stars.
After a few years however, he wanted to go back to Sweden and he took over the kitchen of a restaurant in Stockholm, cooking a similar style of food to that at Astrance. However, he was unable to find the quality of produce and the inspiration he was looking for and decided on a career change. He set his eyes on becoming a Master of Wine and a wine writer. Soon after, he received a phone call from an old friend then working at FÃ¤viken, asking whether he would be interested in working in the restaurant in front of house for a few months, simultaneously building up the Brummer's private wine cellar.
When asked by Patrik Brummer what could be done to turn the restaurant into a high-quality, sustainable business, Nilsson essentially came up with the concept of what FÃ¤viken is today.
If you want to run an economically sound, top restaurant in a very remote area in Sweden just miles south of the Arctic circle, you need people to want to travel there, not in spite of its location but because of it.
This automatically involves using local produce, not for the sake of it, but because i it is single i järpen only way to get the quality necessary for what you want to do and ii because you dejtingsajt målilla eat truffles, foie gras, lemons and Parmesan anywhere. Nothing religious about it. After all these chances and choices, FÃ¤viken today is a cover restaurant with 6 rooms.
Each room features two single beds and a wash basin, but the shower and toilet facilities are communal. From Tuesday till Saturday the restaurant serves a multi-course seasonal tasting menu dinner onlycomprising around 13 courses plus appetisers and sweets for SEK 1, Â£ and overnight guests can enjoy breakfast the next morning.
I had dinner with my husband at FÃ¤viken on Saturday 19 July and on that night a group of 11 had gathered for dinner, including a couple from Germany and three Americans. Dinner at FÃ¤viken usually starts at 7. On the night I was there, most of us were well on time so we kicked off a little bit early. To start there were some delicate linseed crisps, served with a creamy nårunga speed dating dip.
A lovely flavour combination with some acidity in the aftertaste. Next up were FÃ¤viken's signature crisp-textured pig's blood croustades filled with a pig's blood custard and topped with shiny wild trout roe. A wonderfully texturial dish with a fantastic combination of flavours, the roe delivering a lovely single i järpen of juicy saltiness.
Pig's head in sourdough followed. A soft mixture of braised pig's head is dipped in sourdough, then deep-fried, and garnished with a piece of raw rhubarb and some tarragon salt.
A very pleasing combination and nice to see something as humble as pig's head, single i järpen into something as delicious and creative as this, with great flavour and texture. Then there was a beautifully presented dish of thin slices of salted herring aged single i järpen 3 years served with sour cream on rusks crisp biscuits. The lovely, rich and meaty herring had an intense saltiness, a bit like anchovy but more refined. Last to arrive were some thin slices of tasty cured and air-dried pork sow sausage from a local charcuterie producer in UndersÃ¥ker.
A traditional Swedish Congnacsmedwurst from the same producer had been served earlier with our aperitifs.
Â After the final appetiser had been served, we were invited upstairs to the restaurant's intimate and welcoming dining room, a minimalist but cosy room with a wooden decor. Shortly after having been seated we were served some home-baked wheat sourdough, made with local wheat and served with soft butter, made from milk from a local dairy farm. The first course of the menu was Scallop "i skalet ur elden" ye shall watch the fireanother signature dish that has been on the menu for years, and which is intended to be eaten with your hands.
The scallop from Hitra, just outside Trondheim in Norway is briefly cooked in its still closed shell over a fire of juniper branches and birch charcoal. After that the complete content including the juices is taken from the shell and placed in a warm bowl.
The white muscle meat is then, together with the juices, placed back into the shell and served on a bed of moss and juniper branches, accompanied by a piece of birch charcoal. When I removed the top shell there was this gigantic, juicy scallop, perfectly cooked, and full with sweet, briny and mildly earthy flavours; eating the scallop with your hands intensified the flavour experience.
More scallop goodness came from the juices, that had a lovely touch of smokiness and which were meant to be drunk straight from the shell. Kind crab and 'almost burnt cream' followed.
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An absolutely stunning piece of Norwegian king crab, bursting with its natural sweet juices. The burnt cream reduced until almost burnt had a clotted cream-like thickness and wonderful, caramelised, milk sugar flavours. An unadulterated dish made with just two ingredients, but with exceptionally big flavours. Next up was delicately poached brown trout from the lake near the estate, line-caught by the restaurant staff served with "bog butter" and lichen porridge.
The doneness of the trout was impeccable, warm and moist but still slightly raw on the inside. Single i järpen the trout was some Ã¤ttika vinegar jelly, chopped fireweed stems and lichen porridge: soft lichens with a creamy bechamel-like sauce made from the lichen cooking juices and wheat and sharpened with some vinegar. But on to the butter. Single i järpen ancient refrigeration method, used among others in Scandinavia, Scotland and Ireland, is thought to be at least 2, years old and during its period underground, the butter acquires aromas and flavours from the bog the butter is kept in.
This particular one had been buried in the bog near the lake were the trout was caught, and had been flavoured single i järpen fresh, seasonal leaves and plants, such as wild geraniums, cranberry leaves, forest violet, sorrel, moss and lichens. All this had resulted in a pungent and creamy butter with lovely vegetal notes. An extraordinary and original dish with distinctive flavours and delicately balanced acidity.
The meal continued with cockles injected with beer, transforming them into the juiciest cockles I have ever tasted. Alongside this came barley pancakes with a deliciously creamy filling of sour onions cooked in yoghurt whey.
As we were told this is an single i järpen Icelandic dry-curing technique. The egg comes with a pickled marigold emulsion sprinkled with small pieces of dried, mildly smoky trout, which can be used for dipping after the shell of sheep's dung ash has been peeled off. When I first heard about this dish on social media, I found it rather off-putting.
Why on earth would I voluntarily eat sheep's dung? But I was pleasantly surprised by the story and the attractive flavours of this dish. This was followed stenhamra online dating Cottage cheese pie.
A perfectly made pastry cup prepared with equal parts of butter and lard, that had a wonderful, delicate crispness to it. It was filled with a lovely fresh-tasting cottage cream and topped with a selection of fresh meadow flowers, wild plantain leaves and a fantastic pesto made from fresta träffa singlar leaves, single i järpen nuts, breadcrumbs and some garlic.
An elegant dish with light and delicate flavours, the pesto adding a nice zing to the dish. On to the seventh course, Blood bread served with moose broth, single i järpen cream, burnt onions and chopped back fat.
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The bread is literally made with moose blood instead of water and lightly seasoned with fennel and caraway seeds. After the bread has been baked, it's dried and kept until needed. Right before serving the bread is braised in broth, resulting in a moist, bouncy texture, similar to that of a steamed bread dumpling.
Really hefty flavours from the bread, soothed somewhat by the broth and the light onion cream, but it was still best to take little bites. A powerful dish with unconventional, contrasting flavours that, oddly enough, seemed to work.
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Then there was pork from FÃ¤viken's main pork supplier, who also produces the pork Svensk Lantras breed used for the charcuterie! A rack of pork loin is pan-fried and rested on the grill. The whole rack had been presented to us earlier, just before the brown trout was served.
Beautifully moist and succulent pork with a gorgeous layer of fat, that delivered a nice intense richness.
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The pork was accompanied by large chard leaf, simply seasoned with lovage salt, a light and elegant sauce of pork and chard juices and a spectacular, intensely flavoured 'tasty paste', an extreme reduction 10x of a mixture of vegetables carrots, shallots, mushrooms, onions and beef stock, that has been fermented with yeast. A brilliantly restrained combination, allowing the pork to shine in all its glory.
Shortly after the pork the first of the desserts was served. An edible crisp milk shell filled with creamy colostrum the first milk produced after an animal has given birth and blueberry jam.
This was quickly followed by smooth blueberry ice and lingonberries, thick cream and sugar, served on wooden spoons. Three elegant and refreshing bites. Equally lovely was a warm, mildly creamy, curdled woodruff milk, served with yoghurt ice cream, creating a lovely temperature contrast and I liked the sweet-herbal notes from the woodruff.
The next dessert had some more complexity to it. Egg yolk, preserved in sugar syrup, producing a yolk with a hard outer layer and a liquid centre. The yolk was served on a pile of deep-brown and crunchy pine tree bark cake crumbs.