FARGO-MOORHEAD CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU Keeping the Holidays Nostalgic in Fargo-Moorhead
One of my favorite things about being from the Midwest is the history of our Prairies past and the traditions that follow it. The Red River Valley is chock-full of Norwegians young and old. The Sons o... Posted on 12/5/13 at 3:39 PM
THE LOST ITALIAN Holiday Baking Goal #1: Norwegian Krumkake
The holiday baking season is officially underway, and we are excited by the recipes we have already received in our Holiday Heritage Recipe Contest. The recipes being shared with us include Grandma's... Posted on 12/4/13 at 8:21 AM
SCANDINAVIAN HJEMKOMST FESTIVAL New Norwegian/ NCC Window Display
The Nordic Culture Clubs is busy finalizing all of the festival details. A new window display featuring Norwegian folk art was just put up to highlight this years featured country- Norway-. Beautiful ... Posted on 6/12/13 at 8:16 AM
MIDDLE AGED PLAGUE Married -- 30 Years -- with Children
We started out young and dumb, and next week will find us middle aged and wiser.
Tuesday the Norwegian Artist and I celebrate 30 years of marriage. One man, one woman, who decided to throw our lots i... Posted on 12/13/12 at 3:03 PM
Ut på tur, aldri sur,” a much-used Norwegian saying that roughly translates to “out for a hike, never a gripe,” may seem like a strange phrase to summarize a group of 16 UND students now practicing pronunciation and memorizing vocabulary words in Norwegian 101.
Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, January 31, 2011
Somehow, the idea of being scared witless during Christmas doesn’t square with this joyous holiday. Yet, in Norway, that was the case for kids years ago.
Kay Syvrud, Hawley, Minn., wonders how many remember the old Norwegian custom of Julebukking.
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
Thirty-seven years ago this month, during a snowstorm (if you can imagine a snowstorm in December), an important delivery was made: a load of lumber.
That 1973 shipment was unloaded at a shipyard in a community not exactly world-renowned as a ship-building center: Hawley, Minn.
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