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Åre 2019 guests taste exotic, locally-produced delicacies

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Food and beverage play an important part in the sustainability program, and Åre 2019 prioritizes locally produced food when possible. Head Chef Neil Ponsonby aims to create lasting taste memories among guests from around the world and is euphoric about the exciting ingredients Jämtland has to offer.

Sponsors get to taste exotic locally-produced delicacies
Sponsors get to taste exotic locally-produced delicacies

Head Chef Neil Ponsonby, originally from Tasmania, Australia, takes great pride in using locally-produced food and seeing how successfully it has been received by far-away guests. The menu in the hospitality lounges is changed every third day and the chefs receive daily praise from the grateful guests and many questions about the food they are eating.

- We want to provide our guests with a special tasting experience, said Ponsonby, while the first guests of the day enter the VIP lounge.


Ground frost roast is a typical Sami way to cook 

Neil wants to strengthen Swedish and, above all, Nordic food and invites guests to enjoy delicacies such as bear ground frost roast, smoked reindeer heart and Undersåker's pork shoulder. 

- Many people seem to have a picture of bear as dry, tough and well-cooked, which is the total opposite of what we offer our guests, said Neil while showing off the pink and juicy meat. Thanks to being cured, the bear meat gets a nice balance and becomes incredibly tasty, he continued.


Tasty tips from the Head Chef:

  • Ground frost roast is the perfect food since it can be prepared far ahead. Also it is tremendously tasty to eat cold.
  • Use moose or reindeer if you don’t get hold of bear (!)
  • Bake the frozen steak in the oven at 63 degrees Celsius over night.
  • Marinate the piece of meat in rime layers of salt, pepper, juniper berries, sugar and bay leaves and leave for one night or two.
  • Serve the roast cold with chutney made of apples, rowan berries and black currants.

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Sponsors get to taste exotic locally-produced delicacies
Sponsors get to taste exotic locally-produced delicacies
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Head Chef Neil Ponsonby
Head Chef Neil Ponsonby
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Taste of Jämtland
Taste of Jämtland
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Bear Ground Frost Roast
Bear Ground Frost Roast
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Small dishes
Small dishes
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Åre 2019 english
Åre 2019 english
Årevägen 180
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ABOUT ÅRE 2019

Scheduled from 4-17 February 2019, Åre 2019 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships will mark the third time that the second largest winter sport event after the Olympic Winter Games is held in Åre, Sweden. After the 1954 and 2007 editions, Åre 2019 will welcome the world’s top skiers and some 120’000 visitors to an epic celebration of skiing, snow and winter. The 11 medal competitions staged in the unique atmosphere of the leading Scandinavian ski resort will excite millions of global viewers and inspire great numbers to join the sport in active practice.  

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