With so many facets of Nordic culture to explore from five countries, the opportunities are endless. Wondering how to celebrate Nordic holidays and events? How to say “hygge?” Ingebretsen’s has answers for you.

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Holidays and Celebrations
Nordic Lifestyle (including hygge)
Scandinavian Traditions (including weddings)

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Nothing Says “Happy Anniversary!” like a Salmon Recipe

Elegant and Easy Salmon Recipe Ingebretsen’s is 100 years old this year. As part of the celebration, we’ve launched a ...
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Meghan Hayes – Artist Feature

We chatted with Meghan Hayes of Dottir about her experience as a business owner and artist. Meghan is an artist ...
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Scandinavian Midsummer

Midsummer, an observation of the longest day of the year, is celebrated in each of the Scandinavian countries. Originally a ...
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Nordic National Days

On the 4th of July we celebrate our Independence Day. Nearly every country has a day that they celebrate their ...
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Syttende Mai – Norway’s Constitution Day

Syttende Mai A brief history and how to celebrate from anywhere - The 17th of May (Syttende Mai) is Norway’s ...
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Atlantic Crossing

Norway During World War II PBS's new Masterpiece series - Atlantic Crossing - centers on the dramatic story of Franklin ...
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Wool – Not Just for Long Underwear!

Wool and How to Care for It Every year in April, we are reminded of our environmental goals. How can ...
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Kirsten Sevig – Artist Feature

Kirsten Sevig is an illustrator from Minnesota who loves to paint. She has become known for her gnome watercolors that ...
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The Easter Tree Tradition

The beginning of spring means it is time to make your Easter Tree or Påskris – a popular tradition in ...
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Embracing Friluftsliv

When the temperatures fall and the light fades, staying in and bundling up feels natural. In the parts of the ...
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