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    My mom found this recipe years ago in the newspaper and has perfected it over the years. We all make it every year for Christmas, it just isn't Christmas without these luscious meatballs!

    Recipe #489730

    This is my Grandmas recipe. We would so look forward to Christmas morning when she would make these. There were 5 children and 8 adults, so she would truly have her job cut out for her! They are very thin and tender, we would always clamor for more, poor woman! No wonder she only made them once a year!

    Recipe #479324

    A typical pasty, made for mens lunches working in the coal mines, but still popular!

    Recipe #504211

    In Norway this dish is served with parleyed baby potatoes and cold cucumber salad.

    Recipe #504392

    Popular throughout Scandinavia The danes like to add a shot of sherry!

    Recipe #504393

    A delightful Norwegian Christmas cookie. Prep time does not include chilling time. Enjoy!

    Recipe #504454

    My Grandma made this whenever my Dad and sister came to visit. My mom and I were not fans, so the three of them were in heaven, not having to share!

    Recipe #504394

    If you like pickled herring, try this refreshing salad!

    Recipe #504212

    A traditional cookie,but so yummy!

    Recipe #504210

    A family favorite!

    Recipe #487349

    In Norway this dish is usually served with the Norwegian national dish, cod! May I suggest recipe#504392

    Recipe #504455

    The Danes are famous for their great quality pork, and this recipe showcases it perfectly! Serve with Recipe #504523

    Recipe #504524

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    *This recipe is a personal treasure* ! The literal translation of the Icelandic word *Gravlaxsosa* is "smoked (or pickled) salmon sauce", but its versatility widens its use horizons. When I 1st came to Iceland & tasted this, I was in love for a lifetime. I've always bought it in commercially prepared jars, but only just recently acquired the recipe for it. I promise you will adore this easy-fix taste sensation! (Time does not include overnight refrigeration)

    Recipe #225428

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    This recipe is an idea from my “Classic Scandinavian Cooking” by Nika Hazelton cookbook that I absolutely adore because it reverses how we think about soup. Although happily changing somewhat in recent yrs, most of our DH’s and our kids still think of soup as something meat-based, creamed, filled with pasta and not really a meal. While that’s a time-honored tradition, the trend now is to healthier and veggie-based soups. This idea helps you to convince your “bread, meat and potatoes” DH and your “I don’t like veggies” kids that eating healthier can be tasty and fun. Not a problem and so easy ... make meat dumplings for a variety of veggie-based soups. Everyone is happier and healthier!

    Recipe #168294

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    This great no-cook recipe from the *Best Seafood Recipes* cookbook of the Australian Women's Weekly cookbook series is packed w/flavor + texture & perfect for a light lunch, patio party fare & to-go occasions (Time includes 15 min to shred, grate & chop ingredients). *Enjoy*

    Recipe #239106

    6 Reviews |  By twissis

    I am a little sad at the thought this is the final recipe to enter from my long-lost & newly found recipe treasure trove. BUT it does seem I have managed to end w/something I see as truly spec. (Times were estimated & prep time does include time to prepare ingredients) Enjoy!

    Recipe #211179

    7 Reviews |  By twissis

    The Jun-Aug Icelandic fishing season begins in a few dys & this versatile recipe by Dumont Monte from his cookbook simply titled *Salmon* will be among the 1st I try when our supply of smoked salmon is replenished in our freezer. While not a burger in the traditional sense as it is not cooked -- it is definitely an easy-fix that is ideal for light lunch fare & is ingredient-friendly for a to-go occasion, camping or fishing trip + cold food patio party. As written, the recipe gives both metric + US measurements & I entered it that way as well. (This is a *No Cook* recipe, but 15 min was allowed for ingredient prep & 5 min for assembly) *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #306206

    This lightly-creamed soup is truly special. It works as comfort food for a casual soup & salad dinner or a starter course for an elegant dinner party. On our recent trip to the US, my SIL gave me the recipe. She said her mother had copied it from a cookbook & did not recall the source. I wish I knew who to acknowledge & thank for this classy taste sensation. I hope you try this & enjoy it as we did. (PLS READ NOTES shown as steps 7, 8 & 9 of prep)... *Edited To Add* This recipe was revised to include the addition of garlic & Old Bay Seasoning.

    Recipe #198408

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    *Raekjusalat" in Icelandic, this shrimp salad recipe is from *Cool Cuisine* (Traditional Icelandic Cuisine) by Nanna Rognvaldardottir. Per her intro, "Salad dips like this have been very popular in Iceland since the 1960s. They are usually served on crackers at parties or used as sandwich filling much like in the U.S." (This recipe begins w/eggs already hard-boiled, so that cooking time has not been included" *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #254529

    4 Reviews |  By twissis

    When I turned the pg of *Cool Cuisine* (Traditional Icelandic Cuisine) by Nanna Rognvaldardottir & read this recipe, it made me so hungry that I went straight to my kitchen for some food! Per her intro, "This is a luxurious dish! Altho langostines, prawns & other crustaceans now enjoy great popularity in Iceland, this has not always been the case. They were not commonly eaten a few decades ago, but Icelanders discovered these delicacies in a big way in the 1970s & have been making up for their earlier neglect ever since." This recipe has me thinking I should join their mission for our next spec occasion! (Time does not include the 30 min refrigeration time) *Enjoy* !

    Recipe #254522

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