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Traditional Norwegian Foods: an Infographic

Traditional Norwegian Foods: an Infographic

Norwegian Christmas Specialties - Krumkake, Fattigmann, and Spritz Recipes (idomyownstunts)

The Joy of baking - I do all my own stunts

Vafler...Norwegian waffles, eat with homemade strawberry jam and thick Norwegian sour cream (sæterrømme), THE BEST THING EVER!

Sweet Ginger milk: Norwegian recipe. A drink of my ancestors....

Taste as you Cook: Dry Ginger Milk/Sonti Pal/Sukku Pal

Cardamom Ice Cream with Norwegian Chocolate Chunks | A Syttende Mai Recipe from Outside Oslo, Norway

Museumsbutikken på Norsk hermetikkmuseum

Museumsbutikken på Norsk hermetikkmuseum

Gudbrandsdalsost Goat Cheese -- the very best goat cheese from Gudbrandsdal.

"Æbleskiver" A Norwegian pan cake specialty. Usually served with jam and powdered sugar at Christmas time.

Norwegian style lefsa. Grew up with lefsa buttered with suger. Good stuff.

Christmas Lefse

Norwegian Food (an Appetizer) (Home is where my bed is)

Norwegian Food (an Appetizer) (Home is where my bed is)

Krumkaker with cloudberry cream, a Norwegian classic during the holidays and beyond.

Kransekake is a traditional Scandinavian dessert.  Usually, it is made from marzipan rings and often served at weddings or Christmas. (click for recipe)

Typical Norwegian Christmas Menu « A New Life In Norway

n o r r f r i d

n o r r f r i d: Tunnbrödsbak på Norrfrid

Recipe for Fattigman - Poor Man's Cookies - popular in Norway and Sweden.