Norwegian Gourmet Cheese

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Gjetost is the cheese that is traditional in a Norwegian breakfast and this sweet red-orange gourmet cheese does have a presence. Gjetost is made from the whey, milk and goat's milk that is heated very slowly until the water has evaporated and the milk sugar forms a kind of brown caramelized paste. At this stage milk or cream may be added to change the fat content of the finished product. Produced in squares this cheese has no rind, the texture may be hard or soft and it has an unmistakable swee... read more
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You can say that Jarlsberg cheese is a modern take on the Swiss cheese, the one with the holes. The Swiss taught the Norwegians back in the 1800s, but the locally produced Swiss cheese disappeared, but the cheese legend remained. In 1956 a group of students and scientists at the Agricultural University of Norway decided bring the cheese legends back to life. They used modern techniques and old recipes to create cheese with holes. The cheese was called Jarlsberg, after an former county in Norwa... read more
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Remember the Winter Olympic Games at Lillehammer, Norway in 1994, that was when Snofrisk was launched. Snofrisk means Snow Fresh. A perfectly white spreadable goat cheese, containing 80 percent goats milk and 20 percent of cow's milk cream and a pinch of salt. The added cow's cream will give the cheese its creamy consistency and mild taste. Snofrisk is an unripened cheese and packed in a triangle tub that resembles the Norwegian mountain on which the goats graze, with snowy white tops. Goat'... read more
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