Janssons frestelse

A tasty Swedish temptation for New Year’s Eve and all year round Lori Ann Reinhall The Norwegian American I’ll never forget one holiday season I spent in Norway 10 years ago, with all the delicious julemat on the Christmas table. The Norwegian julebord is full of delights—ribbe, pinnekjøtt, medisterpølse, surkål, lutefisk, and risengrynsgrøt, just to name a few—yet for me, with a heritage that in part goes back to Sweden, there was something missing.  In Sweden, there is a wonderful potato casserole called Janssons frestelse, “Jansson’s Temptation,” and somehow I just can’t live without it during the winter holidays.  In fact, this Swedish dish is so
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Lori Ann Reinhall

Lori Ann Reinhall, editor-in-chief of The Norwegian American, is a multilingual journalist and cultural ambassador based in Seattle. She is the president of the Seattle-Bergen Sister City Association, and she serves on the boards of several Nordic organizations.

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