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    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

    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

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

    Recipe #504276

    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

    This is great for brunch and good for lunch too! A bunch of goodness all wrapped up! You could always put this on a bagel too if you desire! Suggested flavored tortillas: garden vegetable or spinach. Adapted from Wraps cookbook.

    Recipe #430058

    A delicious butter with the flavors of Scandinavia! Fresh dill makes this so good! Wonderful over fish, veggies, especially new potatoe, and yummy with eggs.

    Recipe #427691

    "Crisp fall apples, tossed in cinnamon and baked with delicious streusel. Almost as good as pie, with half the calories and it's in the oven in 10 minutes! Plus, it can be served warm with ice cream, and the smaller size means it won't be there to tempt you later. Enough for a small mini casserole dish that will serve 3-4 people. Double the recipe for an 8x8 pan, quadruple it for a 9x13 pan". Unless you double the batch and use a bigger pan, in which case, it's a great breakfast topping for oatmeal! Enjoy! Adapted from Penzey's spices and the intro is what they said about the recipe. A little history: In baking and pastry making, the term streusel (a German word meaning "something scattered or sprinkled", from the verb streuen, akin to the English verb 'strew') refers to a crumb topping of butter, flour, and white sugar (traditional German) that is baked on top of muffins, breads, and cakes (e.g. Streuselkuchen). Some modern recipes add various spices and occasionally chopped nutmeats. Although the topping is of German origin, it is sometimes referred to as Danish or Swedish.

    Recipe #405704

    Passed down from generation to generation, this salad is based on one made by Jon Snow, who owned a fish store in Sagaponack called Loaves & Fishes. Ina Garten's friend bought the shop in the mid 1970's and turned it into a specialty food store and then sold it to a friend. But they all kept making Jon Snow's delicious fish salad. So here it is for you to enjoy too!

    Recipe #377252

    This is a Scandinavian recipe adapted from Tina Nordstrom's recipes in New Scandinavian Cooking. I love mushrooms and this is so good with the thyme and parmesan! Great as a side dish and it's also good on toast or with pasta. Enjoy!

    Recipe #367518

    A lovely Scandinavian recipe full of robust flavor!

    Recipe #341162

    I have been craving the cool crispiness of fresh celery. Now teamed with creamy chunks of tangy blue cheese, it's so simple and so pleasing. Serve with rice pilaf or polenta cutlets. Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook. Enjoy! Recomended cheeses are Maytag, mellow Danish, and Buttermilk Blue.

    Recipe #264481

    This salad improves with a day in the fridge! Adapted from the August issue of Gourmet magazine. I have added more vegetables.

    Recipe #236974

    Adapted from House & Garden, 1964! Easy and tasty! A Scandinavian table is seldom without them. You can use canned beets for this.

    Recipe #235366

    A salad with a Scandinavian twist! Adapted from an aritcle by Rick Nelson, Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune.

    Recipe #235364

    A lovely way to serve salmon with a decidedly Scandinavian twist!

    Recipe #235117

    A delicious side dish that hails from Scandinavia. Recipe courtesy Dan Smith and Steve McDonagh From the show: Party Line with the Hearty Boys Episode: Dinner Party

    Recipe #234881

    Nutty tasting barley and sweet celery root turn this soup into comfort food! To speed up cooking time, replace the pearl barley with quick-cooking barley, add it with the carrots and celery root and simmer the soup for about 20 minutes total. Adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine(2006).

    Recipe #205978

    From the Essential Eating Well Cookbook, these are so tasty!

    Recipe #200969

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