Last night we ordered a box of #vegetables from a #wholesale supplier that normally delivers to restaurants. About 250 NOK (≈ 24 USD / 21.50 EUR (fuck the exchange rate atm…)) for ±6 kg.

I'm especially looking forward to roasting those #beets in the oven with some of the #carrots (and some #potatoes leftover from our own last year's harvest).
The #onions will be used up quickly too.

I'll need some inspiration for the #celery root and baby #fennel

#food #ingredients

The contents were a mystery before we opened it, and while I would've preferred more beet roots instead of the celeriac, and some of the produce has some soft spots, I think overall it was a good deal. :) At least it's one less thing we need to buy from the shops.

The #cauliflower will probably end up in a stir-fry, and the #rutabaga in a mash with some thyme, rosemary, #carrots and potatoes.

The #courgette 🥒 might make a small soup, same with the #brokkoli. :)


@FiXato nice!
I live in the south of Norway, and not that many wholesalers in the area... so would definitely be interested in how you found that deal. >P

Here we have been given food (non-freezable stuff) from the kitchens of the local village restaurants that were closing due to the quarantine. Very happy that the food isn't going to waste.

"Vi distribuerer kvalitetsvarer til storhusholdningen i hele Nordland samt store deler av Troms og Finnmark." so I guess #MatGrossisten Nord is perhaps not as 'wholesale' as I thought, but if I understood my SO @Siiw correctly, they do normally ship to restaurants.
They currently don't have shipping costs on orders above 199 NOK within our area, which helps make it worth it. :)


@FiXato @Siiw

Hærlig! Trenger bare å finne "matgrossisten sør" nå... xP
Thank you for sharing.

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