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    Scandinavians sometimes top this velvety soup with sour cream.

    Recipe #427644

    Tomatoes stuffed with a combination of apples, celery, and blue cheese.

    Recipe #427642

    The variety of vegetables makes a pretty platter.

    Recipe #427641

    If chanterelle mushrooms are available in your area, they are excellant in this soup.

    Recipe #427640

    Purchase herring fillets in wine sauce at a specialty shop or supermarket.

    Recipe #427589

    Green peas, seasoned with dill and topped with cheese.

    Recipe #427587

    This exceptionally good when you use Scandinavian beer. In a pinch you can use German beer.

    Recipe #427585

    Pork, pickled cabbage, and prunes - who but the Danes would put them together?

    Recipe #427584

    If using salted salmon it can be purchased at a delicatessen.

    Recipe #427583

    Make this creamy soup with last night's potatoes and serve it steaming hot in mugs.

    Recipe #427582

    I grew up eatting lutefisk and this is my grandmas' lutefisk recipe. Most Norwegians serve their lutefisk with melted butter.

    Recipe #427330

    A hearty Norwegian stew

    Recipe #427329

    Norwegians like their pancakes served hot with butter and jelly, or butter and sugar.

    Recipe #427328

    Lingonberries are quite popular in Norway, however if you have problems finding them you can substitute any other berry.

    Recipe #427326

    My mom was from Norway and she always made lefse every Christmas. This is her recipe for this tasty dessert.

    Recipe #427327


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