Here we have the four kinds of ground meat available in Norwegian grocery stores: ground beef, ground pork, ground chicken, and tortellini. I still have no idea how to pronounce “kjøttdeig” but I think it translates literally to “meat dough,” since I know kjøtt is meat, and pie crust is “piedeig.”
Some things are slowly starting to make sense. For example, “ferdigmat,” or “finished food,” is prepackaged frozen dinners. Some things still don’t make any sense to me, like when I found sweet potatoes in the refrigerated section between beets and carrots.