Romance Weekly – The Manly Art Of Lefse Making (Part 2)

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This week we’re sharing our favorite seasonal dish.

Without a doubt, I look forward every year to our annual lefse making (and eating) event. This year, swords will fly in the kitchen once again, as my niece’s husband, Matt, and I do our traditional manly duty.

I have written before about how lefse, a traditional Norwegian flatbread, is the manliest of foods. See: https://scmitchell.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/the-manly-art-of-lefse-making/

As stated there, it is the one food made with a sword. It’s not hard to imagine those fierce Viking warriors, on their holiday break from conquering and pillaging, shoving the gentle women of their village out of the kitchen (for their own protection). Sword in one hand, potato masher in the other, they march boldly into the yearly kitchen battle.

Ah lefse. I have missed you…
Well, there you have it. Want to know what’s cooking over at Victoria Barbour house? Check out her blog at: http://victoriabarbour.com/blog

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16 thoughts on “Romance Weekly – The Manly Art Of Lefse Making (Part 2)

  1. jeez, I can barely cook with knives, can’t imagine trying it with swords. I’d probably cut a limb off. But hey, if my man wanted to cook, he could use whatever utensil he wanted. 🙂

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