If you are passionate about food and have a heart for the creative type, you’ll love Gothenburg – it offers the best of Scandinavian living.
Are you re-thinking the means and logistics of your family’s daily transportation? Opt for a family cargo bike and feel the breeze in your back again.
7 reasons why you should choose award-winning Scandinavian diapers for baby’s bottom.
Here are 3 easy tricks to add a bit of Scandinavian style to your Halloween theme this October.
Choose between favorite Scandinavian characters for your Nordic Halloween costumes designs!
If you are looking for a new car why not get a free trip to Scandinavia at the same time?
Are you looking for a last-minute fastelavnsbolle-recipe? These buns are the perfect choice. They are a favorite for both kids and adults alike and embody a rich and complex explosion of tastes that will make you come back to this recipe again and again.
In Scandinavia, we use fresh yeast. While fresh yeast has all but vanished in the US, there are still a few ways you can stock up on this essential baking ingredient.
Last week, we talked about the upward trend of a no-live-tree policy implemented by many condo associations. The potted Christmas tree presents a sneaky loophole to residents who may otherwise be forced to forgo a real Christmas tree. Here’s the IN on how to get a hold of your potted tree and bring it home.
Every year in the beginning of December, the Norwegians turn up the holiday spirit in Washington DC. In what has become a cherished tradition in the nations capital, the grand Christmas tree was lit up on December 1, 2015 to tunes from Norwegian country singer Ida Jenshus.
If you live in a condo in Chicago, in a co-op in New York, or anywhere in the city of Philadelphia, you may be counting yourself as part of a growing segment of the American population, who is forced to forgo a live tree for Christmas. That’s a tall order for us tree-loving Scandinavians. Luckily, we’ve found a way around this piece of legislation.
From November till February there’s not a fridge in any of the Scandinavian countries that doesn’t have a jar of pickled red cabbage. This dish is key to the Scandinavian Christmas table whether as a side for meat and potatoes, or as a topping on open-faced sandwiches. Use our recipe to get your own pickled red cabbage in house during the winter months.