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Explore the Arctic Cod through the lens of history, culture and gastronomy. Discover here routes and locations which developed around the fishing, the eating and the processing of Arctic Cod. Dive into our archive simply typing a word or choosing among our categories.

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Secas

A Research project by Héctor Zamora For SKREI Artist residency, Hector Zamora developed a research project around the traditional cod drying methods, the movements and rhythms of the work of the women, the songs that animated the daily life of a hard and intense process. This first phase of the project is almost a sound journey […]

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Fishing

Severino Tomáz: Fishing for Cod

Severino Tomáz explains how the fishing happened and the techniques used by the men on board of the Cod fishing boats. The video portrait has been produced by Ílhavo Maritime Museum for SKREI Convention project. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email

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Skrei Convention Conference

Museum Nord hosted a vibrant weekend festival celebrating Arctic Cod culture on the 12+13 October. This was followed by a conference on historic trade routes with a specific focus on European values past and present, on marine sustainability and food security, bringing together academics, artists, cultural professionals, tourism agencies, politicians and anyone interested, on the […]

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Imagining Cod

SKREI Convention Festival

Museum Nord hosted a vibrant weekend festival celebrating Arctic Cod culture on the 12+13 October. This was followed by a conference on historic trade routes with a specific focus on European values past and present, on marine sustainability and food security, bringing together academics, artists, cultural professionals, tourism agencies, politicians and anyone interested, on the […]

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Eating

Skrei mølje

Mølje is a classic in the traditions bound to the annual skrei fishing. The dish consists of cod fish, cod liver and roe. The fresh fish that is pulled up in the time period between the start of February until mid-March, is excellent as the roe is as its best. In the traditional method of […]

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Fishing

Stephen Wickler: The Centrality of Small Islands in Arctic Norway From the Viking Age to Recent Historic Period. 2016

PAPER ABSTRACT The definition of island marginality in northern Norway was radically altered by the advent of motorized fishing vessels in the early twentieth century. Prior to this development, small offshore islands were of central importance for marine related activity due to their proximity to fishing grounds. This article presents four settlements on small and […]

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Processing

Stockfish – how is it made?

Stockfish, stoccafisso, tørrfisk – different names for a unique Norwegian product. In Lofoten, the climate is perfect for stockfish production outdoors. In the drying season from February to June it is not too cold, nor too warm. The fish is naturally dried in the sun and wind, and in Lofoten, there is always a light […]

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Processing

Stockfish – Video Portrait

In this video portrait Marion Fjelde Larsen, Department Manager of Lofotr Viking Museum takes us to the early days of the Stockfish trade. Larsen has a particular focus on Norwegian coastal culture in the Iron Age and the Early Medieval Period. Share this: Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email

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The Veneto region and Venice have a long history and connection with the Arctic cod, which began at the end of the 15th century, initiated by the Venetian merchant Pietro Querini. The Veneto region and Venice have a long history and connection with the Arctic cod, which began at the end of the 15th century, […]

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Story in a row first title

The Veneto region and Venice have a long history and connection with the Arctic cod, which began at the end of the 15th century, initiated by the Venetian merchant Pietro Querini. The Veneto region and Venice have a long history and connection with the Arctic cod, which began at the end of the 15th century, […]

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