Nordic Lifestyle

Scandinavian Midsummer

Midsummer, an observation of the longest day of the year, is celebrated in each of the Scandinavian countries. Originally a pagan holiday, Midsummer is celebrated ...
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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 world that are blanketed with ...
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Candy People – gummies you can feel good about

The Sour Dala Horses and Sour Vikings from the Candy People are pretty much the perfect gummy candy: sweet, tart, a soft, chewy texture, and ...
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It’s February – Have A Nordic Heart (Waffle)

It is the beginning of February and we invite you and your family to have a heart – specifically a delicious one sitting on a ...
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Move over Ole and Lena . . .

. . . and Sven and Lars. The top baby names in Scandinavia for 2018 doesn’t have an Ole or Lena in the bunch. Still ...
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Smörgåsbord Time Is Here

The word Smörgåsbord in the United States is often defined as any old buffet that offers a large choice of food. However, the word originated ...
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Let There Be Light

We are in that portion of the year where the days are short and the nights are long and in some parts of the world ...
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Advent Is In The Air

Advent is almost here. Of course we all know what this means: You can play and listen to holiday music without people thinking you’re “rushing ...
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Norwegian Wood: Chopping, Stacking and Drying Wood

When you hear the words “Norwegian Wood” you probably think of the song by the Beatles. But there’s a new “Norwegian Wood” in town – ...
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Nordic Forest Creatures

One of the themes of our 2019 catalog is Forest Creatures. This blog post will talk about some forest creatures you will find in Scandinavia ...
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