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Prettige kerst (God Jul in Dutch). Last night we had a little Norwegian Christmasdinner with ribbe. Tusentakk for the recipe. We tasted wonderfull, despite the lean Dutch meat. From vacation we had bought tyttenbaer and it went very well with the meat. Since my husband helped out with the sheep of the farmer where we always go in summer and he was aksed to join for dinner, we eat our potatoes with skin. They said that for the holidays they eat them skinless, but we like the tast better with skin.
For desert I made Géle (blabaer og bringebaer) and looked for (more) inspiration on the site of Freia. We always bring some foods from our vacation to enjoy the Norwegian ways at home, so we eat Géle, rommegrot, syltetoy and geitost.
By accedent I stummbled upon your site (I was looking for ways to find patterns to make my own bunad) and found other things that I can make.
God jul! 😉
Merry Christmas to you and your family! I finally found you on Facebook and liked your page.
Blessings and love,
Thanks Debbie – and God jul to you and yours too.
Sorry for posting this here, but I couldn’t find a way to contact the site admin or forum.
I visited Norway a year ago and purchased these adorable little troll dolls at a small gift shop in Bergen.
I lost them and want to buy new ones but can’t seem to find them online.
I think the only place where they’re sold are at the small gift shops (that cater to tourists), like this one
My problem is, I have no way of contacting these little gift shops (as none of them have any online website). I tried contacting the larger retail stores, but none of them carry this particular troll.
So I have a request, can someone in Norway get me the contact information for a small gift shop like the one pictured here.
I’d like to email them to ask them if they carry the troll doll that I’m looking for.
http://www.1880.no is the Norwegian online yellow pages.
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