Posts Tagged ‘Nigerian-Nordic Connection’
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Infographic: A Brief History of Stockfish in Nigeria

by Kitchen Butterflyon October 2, 2017
Mapping Nigerian-Norwegian Relations through the ages and there is a lot of information on the interwebs with some digging. I’ve put it all together in a timeline because specific events were time-bound and mapped key events. This is one of my favourite research pieces because it connects so much – from the state of nations […]

Eight (8) Things I Learnt About Stockfish. Did you Know?

by Kitchen Butterflyon June 5, 2017
That Nigeria is the world’s top buyer of Lofoten’s stockfish, eclipsing the once dominant Italian market by 20 per cent? That though cod is the most popular source of stockfish, haddock, saithe and tusk are also good sources, popular for the Nigerian market That it takes three months to dry stockfish? First, the head and guts – […]

Stockfish: The Nigerian – Nordic Connection

by Kitchen Butterflyon May 29, 2017
Stockfish – pungent, fishy and a strong fave in Nigerian cuisine comes from Norway, a Nordic country in the north of Europe where cold water loving-cod surface in the winter, and birth their babies on the coast, putting them within easy reach of fishermen. To be very honest, in Nigeria, we call all dried cod […]