Tagged: Heidi Håvan Grosch

Heidi Håvan Grosch

Farvel og takk for laget

Rønningen Ramblings with Heidi Håvan Grosch Heidi was a long-time Minnesotan until she married her favorite Norwegian, Morten, and moved to his home country of Norway. As a recent immigrant she is experiencing Norway...

Two marzipan pigs.

Marzipan pigs, a Christmas tradition

Heidi Håvan Grosch Sparbu, Norway Playing with marzipan is like playing with play dough… except you can eat it! In Norway it is used to cover cakes, often cakes filled with cream. Yum! It...

A poster of people forming the letters of the alphabet.

Norway: one country, many languages

Heidi Håvan Grosch Sparbu, Norway World Children’s Day, or Barnas Verdensdag, is celebrated every year in Norway. Many places host free celebrations for children and their families with music, art, stories, dance, and food...

Norwegian 101: The accordion

Heidi Håvan Grosch Sparbu, Norway Norwegian = trekkspill Danish = harmonika Finnish = harmonikka Swedish = dragspel I remember the first time (jeg husker den første gangen) I was really impressed (veldig imponert) by...

Norwegian 101: Hangers (Kleshengere)

Heidi Håvan Grosch Sparbu, Norway It is normal (det er normalt), although some of us don’t do it all the time (ikke gjør det hele tiden), to hang up our clothes (å henge opp...