The Norwegian Christmas
By Autumn Heitzman
The Christmas tree, juletre, spruce or pine tree usually, are often decorated with candles, apples, red hearts, cornets, straw ornaments, balls of glass and tinsels, all depending on what you like. Hyacinths, red tulips, spices and tangerines.
Riskrem: Rice porridge mixed with whipped cream and served with a red sauce made from berries.
Marzipan: Marzipan is a popular Christmas treat in Norway. Chocolate-coated
Pork roast: Some Norwegians also like to eat pork roast in the festive season. Usually served with red cabbage, boiled potatoes and gravy. Additional vegetables can include broccoli and carrots.
Ribbe: Roasted pork belly, usually served with sauerkraut and boiled potatoes, Christmas sausages, meat balls and gravy. These are a couple foods they eat at the feast.
They will often get candy, candy canes, and small gifts for their stockings.
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