Jerusalem artichokes, known as jordskokk in Norwegian, were first cultivated by the Native Americans as a food source. The earliest record of the Jerusalem artichoke in Norway was described in 1694. The Norwegian name jordskokk is an abbreviated version of jordartiskokk meaning  ‘soil artichoke’.

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September 2017 Sunvil Supper Club - Jerusalem artichoke soup

September 2017 Sunvil Supper Club – Jerusalem artichoke soup


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