Ten celebrities prepare for the fifth season of the reality show “Camp Colinaris,” and the participants share their different perspectives on food and cooking skills in the kitchen.
Thomas Fellberg (49):
Rock musician and ‘Time Bonanza’ host Thomas Felberg is delighted to have him join ‘Camp Kulinaris’.
– It was incredibly fun, he told Good night Norway.
Felberg loves most foods, and describes himself as a rocker who throws big chunks of meat on the grill.
“I’m very open-minded about my digestive system, and I like to savor it with spices,” he says.
Harvard Lilhi (48):
Actor and comedian Harvard Lilhi thinks he’s very good at cooking.
— When I cook at home, I use YouTube recipes, he says.
The actor gets a lot of help from “Chef John” on Youtube when he has to cook in the kitchen at home. Chef John films his hands while cooking food.
– Then it would be very easy to cook, so I feel completely naked here without him, says Lelehy of staying at Camp Colinares.
When he follows the video recipes, he can impress the lamb with lemon and spices going in the oven, but often makes a mess if too many things have to be done at the same time.
Catherine Surland (41 years old):
Model and host Catherine Surland has never had a particular interest in cooking.
– I always thought it was pressure, hustle and a little energy. Andreas, my husband, is the one who cooks in the house, she says, Good evening, Norway.
She hopes her stay at Camp Colinaris will give her more confidence in the kitchen when it comes to cooking in the future.
Suerland also had a number of accidents in the Culinaris kitchen:
– I cut myself on every finger. “Catherine must have had a blunt kitchen knife,” said the closest to the house, laughing.
The 41-year-old says she fully respects the culinary profession, but does not think she will become a chef herself.
Christopher Morch Hesby (32):
Designer and entrepreneur Christopher Morch Hosby wants to be kind to himself and thinks he’s okay to cook. His family and friends don’t quite agree with him:
– Everyone around me thinks I’m a complete disaster! Unfortunately, they may be right a bit, Morch Hosby admits.
The 32-year-old says he can be impatient, want to go fast and get a little distracted when he’s cooking.
– If the cellphone rings, or you get an email, you forget the whole thing in a second, he says and says he visited the fire brigade regarding cooking.
When he wants to impress others with his cooking, he makes pasta bolognese with slightly different herbs.
“As taken directly from the children’s menu, but it is one of the best I know,” Morch Hosby says.
Omer Bhatti (36):
Rapper and hip-hop artist Omar Bhatti says he is good at making vegetarian and vegan foods.
Bhatti has been a vegetarian for six years, which can present challenges in the kitchen:
I don’t like to touch meat at all. Or smell it and look at it, he tells Good night Norway.
He explains that he does not view meat as food:
– When I see meat in front of me, I see a corpse, it is disgusting.
Bhatti finds it a handicap that he can’t taste everything he makes inside the meaty Camp Colinaris.
– It’s like cooking blindly, he says.
Henrik Thodesen (41):
Actor and comedian Henrik Thodesen is among those who will be able to show off their culinary skills at this year’s season of Camp Colinaris.
Thodesen became famous through entertainment shows such as “Friday night from Nydalen” and humor series “Henrik Uber Alles”.
He previously participated in, among other things, the first season of “Kompani Lauritzen”, where he reached the finals, and “71 Degree North Celebrity” in 2016.
Nora Angelvit (31):
Influencer Nora Angelvett has never watched an episode of “Camp Colinaris,” but she did enjoy herself during her stay.
She chooses not to brag too much about her culinary skills:
– I’m not good at cooking. My boyfriend is usually the one in charge of it at home because it’s so good, she says.
Angeltvet says she had a few accidents in the Camp Colinaris kitchen.
“I have very ugly nails, because I was bitten by a lobster and I tried some knives that cut half of my nails,” she says.
Sebastian Solberg (32):
Producer and influencer Sebastian Solberg believes that Camp Colinaris was a wonderful and challenging experience.
– It was tiring! , says Solberg, and continues:
– I was with a group of people who were very serious. They thought they were real chefs, but they are not. He laughs, they’ve been hired for a TV job and haven’t come up with a fix for it.
He is very happy that he agreed to join the program, although he believes that he is not particularly good at cooking.
I live in Oslo, order a lot of Foodora and make a lot of simple dishes, he admits.
Sophie Caroline Nielsen (26):
Sophie Caroline Nielsen, influencer and reality show contributor, doesn’t brag about her knowledge of food.
– I’m in the middle of the tree. I’m not bad at cooking, but I’m not good either, she says.
If she’s going to impress someone right, she tends to make her own truffle paste. One special person didn’t appreciate her specialty – namely Chef “Camp Colinaris” Kjartan Skeldi.
– Kjartan didn’t like truffle paste, but he’s a picky eater, Nielsen laughs.
Linda Johansson (54):
Beauty Care founder Linda Johansson thinks she’s not bad at cooking.
I grew up making home cooking, so I’m not very good at making fancy foods, she says.
For the times she has to impress, make salsa, guacamole, or pizza.
– I’m very good at pizza. Johansen says it’s the family’s favorite dish, and the boys love it, and she says she’s made hundreds of pizzas.
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