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Midsummer Celebrations Schedule

Do you want to celebrate Midsummer but you're not sure where to go or how to do it? We've gathered ...
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Spring Cleaning – Cast Iron Care

How to care for your cast iron pan An essential in any kitchen, the cast iron pan: versatile, sturdy and ...
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Recycling for Earth Day

JULIE INGEBRETSEN ON SUSTAINABILITY AND RECYCLING EFFORTS “I’ve been obsessed with reducing waste for as long as I can remember. Where ...
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Mini Foraging Guide

We've put together a brief foraging guide, to help you get started. FORAGING Foraging has risen in popularity over the ...
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U.P. Pasties – What happens when Finns meet Celts

The meeting of Celtic and Finnic culture on the Iron Range gave the world more than the redoubtable St. Urho ...
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Sylvsmidja Sølje

Sylvsmidja has been crafting bunad silver for over 80 years. They specialize in traditional craftsmanship and quality to last generations, ...
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Danish Burning Love

Danish Burning Love, Brӕndade Kӕlighed, - the name is appropriate for Valentine’s Day. Whether the burning love is for bacon, ...
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The artist Mindy Schumacher standing in front of a chest of drawers with bobbins of thread on top.

Mindy Schumacher – Artist Feature

“I originally drew the snail and mushroom design for my daughter, and it has stood the test of time, “ ...
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Curried Fish Balls

I’ve heard numerous people, including Nordic chef Magnus Nilsson, speak about fish balls being a beloved comfort food from childhood onwards ...
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Small tomte girl holding a heart sign that says, "I love lutefisk."

Maybe lutefisk isn’t what you think it is

This is a blog post about lutefisk without a single lutefisk joke. That's because I feel sad for a perfectly ...
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