Get ready to host your own gløgg party

Warm up for Christmas with a cup of cheer KRISTI BISSELL Taste of Norway Editor The Norwegian American Scandinavians are good at winter. Whether on skates, skis, or snowshoes, they know how to get outside and enjoy what the season has to offer. They are also experts at coming in from the cold and getting cozy with candlelight, a roaring fire, and perhaps most importantly, a steaming cup of mulled wine or gløgg. Spicy, sweet, and soul-warming, gløgg is served throughout the holiday season in Scandinavia. Hosting a gløgg party is very common during the month of December in Scandinavia. So common, in fact, that you may need to make appearances at several parties on any given Saturday or Sunday. Perhaps this is why gløgg is best served in small cups. Ready to host your own gløgg party? I’ve got an easy and delicious menu to get you started right here. Just ad
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Kristi Bissell

Kristi Bissell is the founder of True North Kitchen, a Nordic food blog designed for the American home cook. She enjoys creating recipes that celebrate her Scandinavian heritage and that approach traditional Nordic ingredients in a modern, fresh and approachable way. Kristi is a native of Minneapolis and currently resides in Omaha, Neb. When she’s not cooking and baking in her cozy kitchen, Kristi teaches private and corporate yoga classes and leads Scandinavian cooking and baking workshops. For more information, visit her blog,

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