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Norwegian Klubb / Kumla / Potete Boller w/ barley flour, Rutabaga, and Polse --- (uff da!), This meal is not complete without a heart stopping amount of good melted butter / or margarine (not unsalted!

Typical Norwegian: "komle". Potato dumplings with mashed rutabaga, extra large hot dogs, salted pork and bacon.

Potato dumplings with mashed rutabaga, extra large hot dogs, salted pork and bacon. Well now that I am a vegetarian I skip the meat but oh lordie its still so good

Typical Norwegian: "Pinnekjøtt". Smoked, salted lamb's ribs. Served with boiled potatoes and mashed rutabaga. Christmas dinner.

The traditional Norwegian dish Pinnekjøtt. It consist of ribs from lamb, with potatoes and mashed kohlrabi on the side.

tastycookery | Norwegian Potato Klub

Norwegian Potato Klub

September 26th is Norwegian Fårikål Day! Fårikål means "mutton in cabbage". It has been voted the Norwegian national dish and easy dish to make, with mainly cabbage, whole pepper, and mutton or lamb. Some people layer in one to two tablespoons of flour to thicken the broth. It is especially easy in a crockpot and traditionally served with boiled potatoes. http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Farikal/Detail.aspx?event8=1&prop24=SR_Thumb&e11=farikal&e8=Quick%20Search&event10=1&e7=Home%20Page

September 26th is Norwegian Fårikål Day! Fårikål means "mutton in cabbage". It has been voted the Norwegian national dish and easy dish to make, with mainly cabbage, whole pepper, and mutton or lamb. Some people layer in one to two tablespoons of flour to thicken the broth. It is especially easy in a crockpot and traditionally served with boiled potatoes. http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Farikal/Detail.aspx?event8=1&prop24=SR_Thumb&e11=farikal&e8=Quick%20Search&event10=1&e7=Home%20Page

Norwegian potato dumplings (potato klub). A historic recipe.

Norwegian Potato Dumplings (Potato Klub)

Kompe ~ Potato Dumplings; either you like them or you don't.  I also love them the next day - sliced and fried.

Kumle, also called Raspeball or "Poteteboll", made of Potatoes, typical Norwegian. Potato and Potato Flour .

Norway is known for the world's best lamb meat because the sheep are in the high mountains and graze throughout the whole summer.

Norway is known for the world's best lamb meat because the sheep are in the high mountains and graze throughout the whole summer.

Lutefisk. I can't say I love to eat it but its very norwegian.

Lutefisk, a Norwegian a very strong and distinguished fish dish. It is for a developed taste pallet. (Just like sushi, not everyone will like it.

Farikal   Lamb and cabbage  this was one of the Norwegian staples in many Norwegian homes. I have not cooked it, but have had it several times and it is good!

Farikal- Lamb and cabbage. It was a very VIKING stew ! But on the other hand.

Kjøttkaker (Meat Cakes) {Norwegian}

Kjøttkaker (Meat Cakes) {Norwegian}

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