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November 06, 2010


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These look great! We had Norwegian pancakes this AM, but can't wait to try these soon.


Where did you find wild rice in Norway? Here, you can buy it in the gas stations (Minnesota). The recipe sounds delicious, by the way.


Jon- Thanks for dropping in! The wild rice I have here in Norway is from.......Minnesota! I always pack a 2 lb. bag of it in my suitcase when we visit my family in MN (and a few have even sent it to me as part of a care package- seems to be almost a given if you're a MN and sending food items to someone outside of MN, don't you think?). Very few Norwegians know what wild rice is, which makes sense since it's not found in any of the stores here.


These look fantastic! I can't wait to try them! I enjoy following your blog...beautiful child, beautiful Norwegian scenery, great recipes. Your midsummer cake is on my list to try too!

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