Sot Suppe (Norwegian Sweet Soup) for Christmas

Written by LeAnn R.Ralph

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Afterrepparttar fruit is tender, if you're using lemon juice, stir inrepparttar 113218 lemon juice (or teaspoon of dried lemon rind). Serve either cold or warm, depending upon your preference. If you use a sliced lemon, removerepparttar 113219 lemon rind before serving.

For a light afternoon 'Norwegian' lunch (after hiking, sledding, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing), serve sweet soup with Julekake or Christmas bread, Christmas cookies, open-faced sandwiches, and a variety of sliced cheeses.

Sweet Soup served cold also is good on a hot summer day.


LeAnn R. Ralph is a freelance writer in west central Wisconsin, is the editor of the Wisconsin Regional Writer (the quarterly publication of the Wisconsin Regional Writers' Assoc.) and is the author of the book: Christmas In Dairyland (True Stories From a Wisconsin Farm)

Easy-Cheesy Casserole

Written by LeAnn R. Ralph

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Combine hamburger and macaroni (or egg noodles) in a large baking dish. Add cream of mushroom soup and mix well. Stir in cheddar cheese. Sprinkle Parmesan cheese on top. Bake in 350 degree oven for 25 minutes. Makes 4 to 6 servings.


LeAnn R. Ralph is the author of the books *Christmas in Dairyland (True Stories from a Wisconsin Farm)* and *Preserve Your Family History (A Step-by-Step Guide for Writing Oral Histories)* You are invited to read sample chapters and sign up for the FREE! monthly newsletter from Rural Route 2

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