Bent Stiansen

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Bent Stiansen
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Born (1963-06-18) June 18, 1963 (age 54)
Arendal, Norway
Website www.statholdergaarden.no
Culinary career

Bent Stiansen (born June 18, 1963 in Arendal, Norway ) is a Norwegian chef, who in 1993 became the first Scandinavian gold medal winner of the Bocuse d'Or.[1][2]

In 1994, with his Danish wife Anette, he established the restaurant Statholdergaarden in Oslo, which they ran together until her death in May 2010.[3] It is merited with one Michelin star,[4] and its wine selection rated "Best of Award of Excellence" by Wine Spectator.[5] In conjunction with the restaurant, located beneath there is also a more informal Danish inn, Statholderens Krostue, at the former Oslo lodgings of Tordenskjold.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Stiansen til hverdags (2004)
  • Stiansens kulinariske koffert (2006)
  • Stiansens desserter (2006)
  • Stiansens fisk og skalldyr (2006)
  • Stiansens kjøtt og fjærkre (2006)
  • Stiansens småretter (2006)
  • Stiansen inviterer til fest (2008)
  • "Alene hjemme" (2012)

References[edit]

Footnotes
  1. ^ a b Hoel, Ole Jacob, Adresseavisen (November 29, 2008). "Lærer bort festkultur" (in Norwegian). 
  2. ^ NRK.no (February 23, 2006). Bent Stiansen gjester Frokost-TV (in Norwegian)
  3. ^ Horecanytt (May 22, 2010). Bent Stiansens kone døde (in Norwegian)
  4. ^ Skjervold, Tonje, Dagens Næringsliv (March 16, 2009). Her er årets Michelin-vinnere (in Norwegian)
  5. ^ Marthinsen, Tom, Dagens Næringsliv, (August 7, 2007). Best på vinkart i Norden (in Norwegian)

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