Entries Tagged ‘traditional’

Smultringer

I’ve never liked ‘lard rings’ (smultringer) as they were always dry, heavy and gluggy and left an awful taste in your mouth.  The first time I went to a Norwegian shop I gasped ‘donuts’ and Moose just smirked.  Trying to eat them was a monstrous task.  Not only was I trying to impress Moose by […]

Christmas Sausage – Julepølse

Julepølse (Christmas sausage) can be used as trimmings with Norwegian rib roast or stand as its own meal.  The sausages can be white and red (smoked) and are often seen on the same plate.  They are a lot fatter than normal Norwegian pølser and are usually baked in the oven with lard.  The tops of […]

A Norwegian Christmas

christmas-candle.jpgNorway enters the Christmas season early.

Ring Fingers

wedding-hands This custom is based on a spiritual commitment.

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