Traditional Norwegian Dinner
Posted by da (+57) 10 years ago
November 5
5-7 pm
Eagles Basement 804 Pleasant
adult - $15
children to age 12- $1 per year

All are welcome. Come and enjoy our Norwegian culture. We will be serving lutefisk, torsk, meatballs, potatoes, peas, lefse, cranberry salad, krumkake and other norwegian cookies, and rice pudding
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Posted by Bob L. (+5101) 10 years ago
Sounds good!
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Posted by Gunnar Emilsson (+17732) 10 years ago
No herring?
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Posted by Richard Bonine, Jr. (+15082) 10 years ago
No herring?


There is no herring because Norwegians don't make mistakes.
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Posted by Marla Prell (+22) 10 years ago
Who is making the cookies or doing most of the cooking? I'd love to get in touch with them for a feature story in the paper.

Thanks!
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Posted by Maryann McDaniel (+256) 10 years ago
Sorry, cannot be there, but it sounds wonderful! Have a great winter there in Montana. I remember the blizzards well and am not sure I could handle any more now that I left Montana in 1970!
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Posted by Steve Allison (+976) 10 years ago
I took some photos of cookies for an up coming Best Times story and got a sample. They are very tasty. If the rest of the diner is half as good, it will be a great time.
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Posted by Mandyrosy (+196) 10 years ago
Marla,

A lady named Ingeborg makes the krumkake - Denise knows her.

Amanda
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Posted by da (+57) 10 years ago
There will be herring
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