Celebrate Christmas Scandinavian style—where every day from the first Advent Sunday to the end of December is part of the holiday. Trine Hahnemann serves up a cornucopia of festive recipes for brunches, cocktail and tea parties, lunches, and dinners, all filled with traditional goodies and delicious modern dishes. Enjoy regional specialties such as spiced gløgg wine, Slow-Cooked Goose with Apples and Prunes, Kale Salad with Pomegranate, Caramel Potatoes, Meatballs with Pickled Beets, and Chocolate-Dipped Candied Oranges. Skol!
Trine Hahnemann has written five cookbooks in her native Danish and two in English, The Scandinavian Cookbook and The Nordic Diet. Hahnemann started out as a caterer for rock stars, including Elton John, the Rolling Stones, and Bruce Springsteen, and today owns and runs a café in Denmark’s House of Parliament as well as several large corporate cafés. An advocate for sustainable and organically sourced food, Hahnemann also writes for zesterdaily.com and appears regularly in magazines and newspapers in the US, Britain, and Denmark. To learn more, visit trinehahnemann.com. She lives in Copenhagen.
144 pages. Hardcover.
This best selling phrase book series contains a color-coded system that makes words and phrases easy to find. It is broken down by basic expressions, arrival, hotel, eating out, sightseeing, relaxing, shopping guide, bank, mail, telephone, doctor, reference sections, grammar and dictionary. It also includes handy travel information, tips and much more. Paperback.
Kathleen Stokker provides a fascinating description of Norwegian Christmas folk traditions and their evolution in the U.S. with hundreds of evocative stories, recipes and memories. With scores of accounts of ancient and modern Christmases, this book reminds Norwegians and Norwegian-Americans of their connections to each other and explains how their celebrations differ on this joyous family holiday. Paperback.
When lefse aficionado Gary Legwold wrote The Last Word on Lefse, he fretted that the grand old practice of lease making was dying. Now, 25 years later, he assesses the State of the Lefse Union and finds it to be vibrant.
Apparently The Last Word on Lefse wasn’t the last word arter all! Follow the vibrant lefse trail into kitchens (both professional and amateur) throughout the country, visit the world’s largest maker of electric lefse grills in a tiny Iowa town, cheer at a lively lefse-rolling contest, and pick up lefse-making tips from experts across the land.This book includes stories, a lefse song, and step-by-step visual instructions!
– Sing a newly composed song about lefse and tradition—premiered in this book—and join a chorus of lefse makers and eaters in giving thanks for lefse!
Full of humor, gratitude, tendernessm and tears, Keep On Rolling is a book to treasure—and pass on to the next generation.
Based in Minneapolis, Gary Legwold is the author of The Last Word on Lefse, The Last Word on Lutefisk, and the Last Toast to Lutefisk!
Paperback. 304 pages.
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