It's hard to find ice cube trays in Norway. I remember the first time asking at a shop if they had any, and the woman thought the concept was foreign. Maybe Norwegians don't make ice inside because there's plenty outside? I finally did find some rubbery trays at IKEA, but they still weren't as good as the ones back in the states.
Well, this week we found out what Norwegians usually do for ice cubes. You can buy ice cube bags that have 20 little pockets in them. You fill them with water and watch the bubbles magically inflate, then tie the top and drop them in the freezer. The ice cube break out easily through the thin plastic. Very cool!