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Christmas and Yule Favorites

Recipes on the Net:

Cabbage Soup
A Norwegian Christmas Eve favorite, with ginger-flavored meatballs.

Christmas Ham (Julskinka)
Baked with a topping of mustard, sugar and breadcrumbs.

Cookies
At Christmas, a plate of cookies is a good gift as well as a hospitable way to greet guests.  Explore the "cookies" topic on this site for many ideas.

Cookie Stamps
A source for Scandinavian-style cookie stamps, suitable for many recipes.

Gl÷gg
This version of the spiced wine uses wine, port and vodka for the liquor.

Swedish Red Cabbage
Cooked with apples, spices, sugar, vinegar, red wine and currant jelly.

Yule in Iceland (Jˇl)
Includes recipes for mutton soup (Kj÷ts˙pa), Yule porridge (Jˇlagrautur), smoked mutton (Hangikj÷t), rock ptarmigan (Rj˙pa), leaf bread (Laufabrau­), Kleinur (a fried diamond-shaped cookie, like fattigman cookies), leg of lamb (LambalŠri), smoked rack of pork (Hamborgarhryggur), and caramel potatoes (Br˙na­ar kart÷flur).

Yule Log
The recipe is more British than Scandinavian, but you might want to honor the shared Nordic heritage of the Yule log with this recipe.


 


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