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    ZWT#9-Scandinavia

    For Zaar World Tour 2013

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    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

    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

    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 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

    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 yummy cookie posted for Zaar World Tour 2006. Adapted from Cooking LIve, Holiday Cookies from Around the World.

    Recipe #169803

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

    Recipe #236974

    A lovely Scandinavian recipe full of robust flavor!

    Recipe #341162

    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

    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

    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

    This slaw stays crisp because the vegetables are sliced, not grated. You will be carried away with the buttermilk/caraway combination dressing. Adapted from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics cookbook. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #264522

    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

    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


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