Today is Turtle Day! Coming out of my shell to check on all my Spark friends and see how you are doing. I hope 2016 is off to a great start for you! I can't believe we already have 5 months of it almost completed. Let's make the rest of it ! 3 days ago
Lefse (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈlɛfsə]) is a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread. It is made with leftover potatoes, flour, butter, and milk or cream. It is cooked on a griddle. Special tools are used to prepare lefse, including long wooden turning sticks and special rolling pins with deep grooves.
Haha, I should have written what it is! It's such a big thing here and in North Dakota lol. I don't know anyone who uses leftover potatoes for it these days, but freshly cooked ones now. There is a place in the town over, a small town of 500 people, who makes it and sells it and I guess my neighbor is friends with them and they just had given them some freshly made and packaged so that's what I got haha. So you spread butter and cinnamon and sugar on it warmed up and eat it. I'm sure I gained 10 pounds the next day from that lol.
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