I thought David did a nice job showing us the variety of foods one could expect around Scandinavia. I recently saw an episode of frozen planet and human planet where shark and whale meets were cut and wrapped in skin/blubber and then buried. They would then dig it back up in the winter when food was not as plentiful. It was a way to preserve the food for months at a time and to ensure the family would never be without food....cool how these customs and techniques develop and are still around in present day.
A classic Jewish meal nowadays are bagels and lox. Lox were introduced to the Jewish people while in Scandinavia and then exported to the US during mass immigration. I think that this is a unique 'traditional' food we share and a great cultural connection we share!
Otherwise, Scandinavian food is clearly under-rated. All across the world you can see Italian, Japanese, French and Latin foods, but Scandinavian foods are not that prominent. I look forward to indulging in some good classic and modern Scandinavian foods.
In other words, from everything we've learned...! cant wait to travel to the north!