Nordic Food Traditions

Add Some Peppermint To Your Holiday (And Everyday)

A wonderful Swedish treat for the holidays (and any other time of year) is Polkagris, a candy that was invented ...
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Liquorice – The Real Thing

Did you know that licorice (or liquorice) is the root of Glycyrrhiza glabra from which a sweet flavor can be ...
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Tales of the City – Copenhagen Food

Danish chef and author Trine Hahnemann will sign her latest book, Copenhagen Food, at Ingebretsen’s, 1601 E. Lake Street from ...
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Lefse — We LOVE It!!!!!

Lefse ... what can you say about lefse? Well you could say this: Lefse ... it’s as Norwegian as, well, ...
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Spice Up Your Life

When people say they want to add some spice to their life it is usually because their life is a ...
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A Smashed hit – Raghavan Iyer talk and book signing this Saturday, Nov. 4.

Savory potato aebelskiver. Hasselback potatoes with cardamom and lemon butter. Lefse and ….well, that would be telling. That particular combination ...
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The Dobratzes say good bye to teaching and share lefse expertise Saturday, Oct. 21 at main store.

For fourteen years, Dave and Martha Dobratz have been leading lefse classes at Ingebretsen’s. They’ve shared their hard-won knowledge, encouraged ...
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A Bit of Nordic Ice Tea

Iced tea is probably an American creation; the first recipe for the drink as we know it appeared in the ...
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Celebrations to Remember – A Book Signing with Soile Anderson and Eleanor Ostman

At Also Ingebretsen’s, the cardamom bolle is our most popular pastry. There’s good reason; it’s a bread-like roll with almonds ...
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Eating Fish The Scandinavian Way

Different techniques of preserving herring have been used at different times in Norwegian history. One tradition that is believed to ...
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