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Oct. 23, 2018 #53-296 PB1
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Holly Ebel: Have a look at lefse for 1,900

By Holly Ebel
life@postbulletin.com


It’s Lutefisk dinner time again, that annual cooking and feasting that happens in nearly every church with a Scandinavian heritage, especially Norwegian.

The menu in almost every one includes lutefisk, meatballs, mashed potatoes, rutabagas, and cranberry relish. Essential, without exception, is lefse, that soft Norwegian flatbread made with riced (or instant) potatoes, flour, butter and cream. Members of churches gather for weeks, even months, ahead of time to make them.

One of the largest — and dare I say most organized — has been happening ...

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