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    Yes, you are reading correctly. It calls for 2/3 teaspoon of spices.

    Recipe #172374

    I love Pickled Herring. It will take 24 hours to make.

    Recipe #172376

    Chocolate chips or maple and pecans nestled in a butter cookie made the Swedish way.

    Recipe #108097

    This cake can be frozen before cooking. After thawing for 10-15 minutes, cook as directed below.

    Recipe #101026

    Tastes like I remember Bartles & Jaymes wine coolers tasting back in the mid-eighties. Refreshing!

    Recipe #136422

    My Grandma made this; we have it at Thanksgiving.

    Recipe #103356

    This is how our family makes Swiss Steak.

    Recipe #106491

    I don't know where this came from; everyone makes it; mine is kinda simple but fast.

    Recipe #110793

    Convent Cookery, 1983

    Recipe #114947

    Not bread alone, 1st Baptist Church Rochester, 1999

    Recipe #115337

    4 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This was one of my Mom's favorite "snackies" during the day while we were all at school...I used to love it too, and it was really refreshing! I've seen similar recipes to this one, but none exactly the same...This one is the best, in my opinion. :) Posting with the Scandinavian recipes for Zaar World Tour II.

    Recipe #121834

    Convent Cookery. Looks like something David Lee would like, wouldn't you boy. I didn't tie these in a knot and they still were nice. They have a light orange flavor--really good.

    Recipe #123988

    History in the Baking, Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. I haven't tried it yet but it sounds good.

    Recipe #124042

    History in the Baking. they have a place here that makes them up at Mayo Clinic. That's what they make up here in Minnesota. if you like popvovers you will like this it fast and easy

    Recipe #124043

    This is a recipe I found on a Web site awhile back but don't remember which one...grrr...old age strikes again. Posting this for ZWT II 2006 Scandinavia. Just a note Zandbakeiser tins are little tart tins 2 to 3 inches in diameter with fluted edges, but if you don't want to go out and spend a bunch of money on this just use your mini muffin pans they work just fine. I make these as gifts, for weddings, and so darned many family events...they are delicious are eaten so fast it amazes me every time.

    Recipe #171474

    1 Reviews |  By Stacky5

    This is an interesting-sounding recipe from Scandinavia, Courtesy of Tina Nordstrom. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.

    Recipe #171552

    This Scandinavian recipe looks awesome! Recipe courtesy of Tina Nordstrom. Posted for Zaar World Tour II.

    Recipe #171557

    Found these on another site that was featuring Scandinavian foods. I made these and added some sauteed mushroom pieces to the sauce, and served this as a main dish over rice. They can also be served as an appetizer in a chafing dish to keep warm. Provide toothpicks for spearing them. My neighbor used to have a Cmas Eve openhouse and served these. She suffered a stroke and has become incapacitated so her recipe is lost. These, if I close my eyes, taste just like hers! So I dedicate this recipe to Joyce....a very dear friend.

    Recipe #171781

    You cook these sweet treats in a ebleskiver pan, but a sandwich maker, the kind you can put a slice on bread in and the filling and another piece of bread on top and then close down the top of maker will work too. Posted for ZWT'06.

    Recipe #171796

    These are a traditional potato cake of Scandinavia. Cook them on a dry griddle, no oil. Posted for ZWT'06.

    Recipe #171798

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