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    A mild flavored, hearty and sturdy loaf with rye flour and ground raw almonds. Allow about 1 3/4 hours for rising time. 8 1/2" by 4 1/2" medium loaf, 6-8 medium sized burger buns. Easily doubled. Enjoy!

    Recipe #513960

    Pancakes brought to the midwest and passed down from Amy's friend's grandmother in Fargo, North Dakota. Recipe courtesy Amy Thielen, Show: Heartland Table, Episode: Fargo(on foodnetwork)

    Recipe #507782

    Crispy on the outside, and coated with ranch style herbs and spices, this really hits the spot for great snack food! Adapted from Lumious Vegans who got it from Cadry's Kitchen. Once you've tried this, experiment with different flavors. Maple syrup, salt and tamari may be my next experiment!

    Recipe #507076

    This is the perfect drink, hot or cold. With a warm spice blend, a cinnamon stick, a little cream, and enough sugar to make the South proud — this Spiced Sweet Tea will be a wonderful addition to anyone’s winter(or summer) beverage repertoire. From Folk Lifestyle.

    Recipe #506632

    From Ree Drummond of Pioneer Woman fame, this is so good.

    Recipe #506514

    You can use frozen or fresh peas, depending on the season. This will brighten up your meal! From Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #506381

    I took the best of two recipes from the web and put them together.

    Recipe #505462

    Simple vegan, gluten free waffles bursting with lemon + blueberry flavor. Minimal equipment and just 30 minutes required. Hello quick, healthy breakfast. Because they freeze well, they’re the perfect quick healthy breakfast option to grab, toast, eat and go. They’re special enough for a lazy weekend meal and simple enough for rushed weekday mornings. What more could you ask for from a waffle? Not much, I think. Enjoy in the morning with extra blueberries, a little almond butter, sliced banana and maple syrup. Adapted from The Minimalist Baker.

    Recipe #505299

    Trying to reproduce the Norwegian Almond Pretzels from Epcot at Disney World in the Norwegian exibit. They have a Norwegian Almond Pretzel that they serve at their Norway bakery called, Kringla. They are famous in Epcot. This comes close. Not overly sweet, just soft and delicious. This is European comfort food! You have to let these double in size twice, so plan accordingly. From Soap Mom's Kitchen and allears.net, which claims to have the original recipe from Epcot. I have blended the two recipes.

    Recipe #504518

    Lefse, Norwegian potato crepes, are popular in North Dakota, particularly during the winter holiday season. The thin, delicate flatbreads are cooked in a skillet until lightly browned, spread with butter and sugar and then rolled into a thin tube. Good thing one recipe makes nearly 30 crepes; they'll go quickly! Around 1870 many European immigrants from Norway settled in North Dakota's northeastern corner, especially near the Red River. They are famous for their lefse. Icelanders also arrived from Canada. From the Cooking Channel.

    Recipe #504401

    This is one of those ingenious, resourceful Icelandic dishes that anyone can make at home. There are so many possibilities for this recipe – adding the little nuggets of rhubarb to cookies and breads and granola bars – but also making little sugar-packed jars for family and friends for gifts. Fun! The outer skin remains a bit fibery/chewy. Try cutting up some larger pieces of the rhubarb to have a bigger ratio of flesh to skin. I have not tried this, and put a drying time of 8-12 hours, but I'm not sure how long it will really take(it takes about 8 hours in a 125 degree dehydrator). Please let me know if you make this how long it takes. Thanks! Adapted from Global Table Adventure.

    Recipe #504311

    A great way to fix fish, from Cooks.com.

    Recipe #504276

    This seemingly simple relish is used on many foods in Denmark. An interesting variation add chopped, cooked cauliflower. Excellent with seafood, sandwiches, meats, or as a garnish. From Christian's recipes.

    Recipe #504275

    Delicious on fruit salad but also on such diverse dishes as puddings and pancakes. From mindspring.

    Recipe #504274

    This tangy, spicy Scandinavian recipe goes great with meaty salmon. Take the time to buy really excellent mustard – the spicier the better. If you have leftovers try spreading a little on a sandwich. From Global Table Adventures.

    Recipe #504238

    Nice and crispy in all the little nooks and crannys! Racheal serves this with applesauce, but I think I prefer ketchup. I may try subbing the sour cream with ranch dressing to change it up. I personally don't care for horseradish, so I leave it out. I wonder how it would be with garlic for a dinner waffle? From Racheal Rays' TV show(Waffle week)

    Recipe #504847

    Finland--the country of thousands of lakes, endless forests, long winters and light summer nights, lies between Sweden and Russia. Every Thursday is pea soup day nationwide. You can use golden split peas or green split peas, it tastes good either way. I put together this soup from several different recipes.

    Recipe #501716

    A traditional salad, often served around Christmas. It is vegetarian and I have added options to make it vegan. Cooking time is for boiling, if roasting, the cooking time will be about an hour.

    Recipe #501715

    In Finland, they eat lots of berries, blueberries being one of their favorites. I have made this vegan by using non dairy milk, but in Finland they use fresh cow's milk. Adapted from Gimme Some Oven.

    Recipe #501599

    Fresh light hors d'oeuvres that are quick, easy and tasty! Great for weeknights, dinner partys, or set out as snacks. Adapted from Whole Foods.

    Recipe #443880

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