Norwegian Christmas dinner

What did you eat for dinner? A nice juicy turkey? Maybe a succulent glazed ham?

Us? Well we had salted, dried lamb.  No really.  As previously professed I was going to spice up the traditional family dinner with some hippy salad, but I chickened out.  Not particularly ballsy of me but that’s the scoop.  Here was our dinner – in it’s pre-cooked state.

It’s simplicity is quite charming. Happy “romjul”* to you!

*romjul is that time between Christmas and New years. Many Norwegians take vacation and it is a great time to visit with friends and drink wine.  Well, the wine is not required.

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