PRAIRIE FARE You Bet We Will Have Lefse
We of Norwegian descent get teased a lot about our accents, our white and brown food and our verbal expressions. Yah, sure, meat, potatoes and gravy were menu mainstays in many Scandinavian homes. A... Posted on 12/18/12 at 10:54 AM
THE NEW FORTY And there it is - the inner kinky coming out.
If you read The Forum online - InForum - you know that at the top of the page is a search tool and under the search tool is a hot list for top searches so you can go directly to whatever topical mater... Posted on 10/21/12 at 9:54 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Norwegian Enough for Lefse, but Not Lutefisk
I got to hang out with the Sons of Norway on Saturday as 15 members of the group made lefse, and it was a lot of fun. I think there were only two or three pure-blood Norwegians in the group, and the r... Posted on 11/6/11 at 9:52 PM
IT'S GOOD TO BE IN N.D. Somalis make, eat lefse. What's next? Lutefisk?
We had a story on our front page today about Somali immigrants in Jamestown learning to make the Norwegian potato bread lefse as part of their efforts to learn English.
It's a good story and you shou... Posted on 12/21/10 at 3:51 PM
Fosston man’s gourmet touches spice up traditional food FOSSTON, Minn. – Call it lefse with an attitude.
Instead of just plain ol’ lefse, Quinn Olson adds spices – yes, spices – to the dough to give some of the lefse he sells a little kick.
Ann Bailey, Forum Communications Co.
, December 20, 2010
First-ever festival extols exotic combo
Lobster and lefse go together like, well, who really knows? Crowds are sure to find out this weekend at the first-ever Lobster and Lefse Festival being held Friday and Saturday at Newman Outdoor Field in Fargo.
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