Tagged: Lutefisk

“The Great Lutefisk Mystery,” solved

The nutritional reasoning behind Norway’s most famous (or infamous) food explained Terje Birkedal Anchorage, Alaska Though Norwegian Americans practically define who they are through the eating of lutefisk during the Christmas season, I have...

You can find me where the lutefisk is

The small town of Stanwood, Wash. proudly displays its Norwegian roots, from lutefisk dinners to the Viking Village By Melinda Bargreen Norwegian American Weekly Maybe it’s the jolly accordion music emanating from the “Uff...

A Sweet Taste of Norway

Jeni’s Ice Creams in Columbus, Ohio, is serving up a sweet treat with its Flavors of Norway holiday collection By Christy Olsen Field Norwegian American Weekly Jeni Britton Bauer became inspired to make artisan...

Lutefisk: Delicacy or Ethnic Delusion?

For many centuries, one of the strongest symbols of Nordic identity — that continues robustly to this day — is the said-to-be-pleasurable ritual of eating lutefisk during the holiday season, writes Roger Koskela on Kitsap...

Anderson a proud son of Norway

In the church in which his great-grandfather was baptized 154 years earlier, Verlyn Anderson received one of the highest honors the government of Norway can bestow. By Bob Lind, INFORUM.COM St. Olav’s Medal was...