Sponsored by the American Scandinavian Heritage Foundation
Welcome to the World of Scandinavian food.
The Festival offers an array of Scandinavian foods.
It is a rare opportunity to sample such a variety of
traditional Scandinavian foods.
The dining area is a great place for family and friends to gather.
The American Scandinavian Heritage Foundation and Norm's volunteers will preserve the korvburger tradition begun by Norm Owen. This year the Festival is dedicated to him. His recipes and preparation methods will be utilized. The korvburger has become a special food item known around the United States as well as Sweden. It is served on a limpa rye bun with the choice of lingonberries and mustard on top. Have you had one yet?
Varm korv has been added to the menu this year. In Sweden one can pick up a varm korv in almost any gas station and in many stores. In a Swedish tradition, try one with mashed potatoes on top (varm korv met mos). Korv in Swedish refers to any type of sausage including the American hot dog.
This year the korvburgers and varm korv will be served out of the red building where the beef on wick is being served by St. Timothy's Lutheran Church.
Option for our Youngest Guests
Source - Norskarv.com
It is always time for a Swedish Fika (Coffee Break.) Enjoy a cup of coffee and a Swedish treat while visiting with friends or resting while listening to the music or people watching.
Ice Cream sundaes with lingonberry topping are also available.
Mr.D's is returning offering a variety of good ole' festival food, some of which are
curly fries, fried dough, hamburgers, and hot dogs.
Franklin's Honey And Apples
This vendor from Forestville, NY will have a variety of goodies available, some of which are honey, kettle korn, cotton candy, hot caramel apple chips, fruit logs, roasted corn, roasted potatoes and sweet potatoes, and yo yo balloons.
St. Timothy Lutheran Church
St. Timothy Lutheran Church will be back again serving their usual beef on wick.
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