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American enjoying Norway one bite at a time. Buy my cookbook & eat like a Norwegian!
American enjoying Norway one bite at a time. Buy my cookbook & eat like a Norwegian!

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Norwegian suksessterte or suksesskake is in my opinion one of the easiest ways to celebrate spring and Norway all in one go. This classically Norwegian cake is often times eaten during Easter, but also during konfirmations where young Norwegians are…

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The most famous waffle recipe comes from the Norwegian Seaman’s Church—and is one of the things they are loved for the world over, in addition to the many marriages they perform for Norwegians living abroad. This recipe differs from theirs a bit, but I…

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  Cabbage. Rolls. Are. Wonderful. I adore these little green parcels of spring time goodness, especially when the young spring cabbage begins to arrive in the local stores. Spring cabbage in Norway is vividly green, dome-shapped and hearty, a much…

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You’ve probably been seeing lots of recipes popping up lately which use creme fraiche instead of sour cream or even yogurt, right? Well, if you aren’t familiar with creme fruit yet, you are going to love it, even more so because it can quite easily be…

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These Paleo brownies are so moist, so springy and so UN-apologically supreme – no one will ever notice they are gluten free! They are also dairy and refined sugar free too which means you can feel good about eating them as a treat from time to time. We…

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Once upon a time, there were hundreds of Norwegian newspapers in America. These newspapers played a crucial role in the lives of early immigrants. They both connected immigrants to their home country and bonded them together into an American community.…

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Easter Food Traditions in Norway The days are getting longer, the sun shining brighter and the flowers have started sprouting, all evidence that spring has arrived in Stavanger. With Easter and all the skiing you can muscle just around the corner, it’s…

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Maple Glazed Norwegian Carrots

Spring is slowly but surely coming to Stavanger which means the days are officially getting longer (yippie!), but also means Easter holidays are on the way. Easter in Norway is a cheerful time, a break after the long, cold and dark winter, but also a time…

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Slow Cooker Norwegian Lamb Chops

Lamb. Norwegian Lamb. Norwegian Lamb in the slow cooker. Is it Easter yet? Not quite but darn it if this lamb dish isn’t the bees knees! It is so simple, easy and delicious you might want to make it tomorrow for “practice” before Easter arrives. No joke –…

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Easter in Norway means skiing, mandarins (or oranges) and of course, eating loads of Kvik Lunsj candy bars. Kvik Lunsj if you remember are the Norwegian version of Kit Kat candy bars and are eaten en masse around Easter time. Kvikk Lunsj was created in…
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