Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Svenska kringla med kaffee

Tim Strand, our Gloria Dei Lutheran Church organist and music director, joined us for coffee and a Swedish Christmas pastry on Saturday morning.


13 comments:

  1. Another beautiful table setting! Who makes the pastries? Everyone around the table looks like they can't wait to dig in!

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  2. I agree with Kate. A beautiful table setting indeed! Was this the day that you baked the bake Swedish Kringla while everyone else in your house were sleeping?

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  3. My late mother was Swedish ,and my late father was German. On Sunday mornings he would make Swedish pancakes. I miss them. And the pancakes.

    I saw Minnesota playing in an outdoor stadium on Monday night football last evening. I am sure that when they made the schedule they did not anticipate the roof on your indoor stadium collapsing in the snow. A night game, in Minnesota, in December? Brrrrrr.

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  4. All is having a nice time enjoying svenska kringla. I Denmark it would be Julekage.

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  5. @Kate - I made the Kringla - it's "my specialty."
    @Misalyn - yes, I made it early in the morning while all were still asleep.

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  6. Rumor has it that you asked him to play "Chosticks" on the organ.

    «Louis» knows that rumor is true because he started it himself...

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  7. Mmmmmm I love kringla! And it's always better with a friend.

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  8. How fun and everything looks so pretty!

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  9. Schönes Bild und Deinen Weihnachtsbaum sieht man auch in der Ecke.

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  10. You're a coffee lover, aren't you? Klingt aber auch sehr lecker, und sieht auch lecker aus. War's gut? Schöne Weihnachten!

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  11. Den så god ut Leif, neste gang dere er på besøk i Norge så får dere komme innom å lage en til oss også :)

    Ønsker deg og dine en riktig god jul :)

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  12. Wie aus einem Märchenbuch.

    Einen wunderbaren Mittwoch euch allen.

    daily athens

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