Denmark and Norway  Kransekake — a cake made from almonds, sugar, and egg whites enjoyed on special occasions like Christmas and weddings — has a sweet structure: it gets its cone shape from many concentric rings stacked and held together with icing.

Denmark and Norway

Pin for Later: Bridging Cultures With Food: Global Culinary Wedding Traditions Denmark and Norway

Norge -- Napkins are a big part of the culture, or at least they used to be. They made BEAUTIFUL napkins of very fine paper, Coffee & Baked goods were served at 4pm (like English Tea) followed by a nap -- in teensy villages where the end of day was 4pm. They had an understanding that the family life was important. & people needed to be home to maintain their homes, cook, be with people... Napkins -- makes it special.

Norge -- Napkins are a big part of the culture, or at least they used to be. They made BEAUTIFUL napkins of very fine paper,

17. mai, The Norwegian National Day. The longest children's parade in Norway, consisting of 108 Oslo schools, march up the main street and past the Royal Palace where the royal family wave from the palace balcony.

mai, The Norwegian National Day. The longest children's parade in Norway, consisting of 108 Oslo schools, march up the main street and past the Royal Palace where the royal family wave from the palace balcony.

Tilslørte bondepiker (Norwegian,

Tilslørte bondepiker (Norwegian, ”Veiled peasant girls”, known in Sweden as…

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Fourth of July berry ice cubes. fun and festive ice cube drink refreshers for holiday or of july drinks!

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