I only mention Norwegians because Norway's Winter Olympics team is always annoyingly successful -- so successful I find myself gnawing on lutefisk
and drinking a snifter of Haandbrygg Odin's Tipple Imperial Stout while watching the games, screaming, "Skal
Sons of Norway Dinner - The Sons of Norway Lodge annual Lutefisk
& Meatball Dinner is from 4 p.
Enjoyed" a meal of lutefisk
, reindeer, and lefse - Steve King (@SteveKingIA) December 25, 2013
We are the largest producer of lutefisk
in the world," said Don Sobasky, sales representative.
May 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Midwesterners love traditions from baseball games and summers at the cabin to ice fishing contests and lutefisk
A Norwegian Lutefisk
, which is cod that is fermented underground for a few months and considered to be a delicacy in Scandinavia.
Norway: The Christmas meal is eaten on Christmas Eve and for coastal regions is traditionally cod, haddock and lutefisk
There would, of course, be things like the American turkey but we would also have lefse (a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread) and lutefisk
Though weAAEd never make the mistake of imagining Parisians eating lutefisk
, weAAEre happy to imagine Dunne-za communing with whales.
Traditions associated with food are key factors in identifying communities and cultures: Lefse is associated with the Swedish culture; Lutefisk
is associated with communities of Norwegian descent; and cheese is associated with Wisconsin.
His adventures and misadventures with his pal Dan Bomkamp, from experiencing lutefisk
for the first time (which can at its most generous be called an 'acquired taste') to hunting and being surprised when howling coyotes mistake their plastic decoys for a tasty catch, to saying goodbye when graduation and adulthood cause best friends to go their separate ways.
Be sure to take the opportunity to try some traditional Norwegian food, including lutefisk
(dried cod steeped in lye), dried and salted mutton ribs and reindeer.