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Skillingsbollekake or Cinnamon Roll Cake is basically cinnamon rolls, but in cake form. It makes for a pretty table spread
Based on feedback from women in the Armed Forces who have lived segregated from their male peers, we have now established
Superstar skier Stein Ericksen died Sunday at his home in Park City, Utah. He was 88. He won the gold medal for Giant Slalom in the 1952 Winter Olympics, held in his native, Norway. A few years later, in 1954, he took three golds in the World Championships in Sweden.
I love anything apple-cinnamon flavored and with a touch of vanilla ice cream. Apple Cake is heavenly! I actually like to bake, but I am all for the simpler recipes. After all, I am in it for the baked goods at the end!
What stands out in my mind about this whole enterprise is the chutzpah required to turn this ambitious idea into reality
While slashing extra costs is important, some experiences on board and ashore are worth the splurge. But choosing when and where to pay extra -- without going overboard -- is no simple task.
Norwegian is comparable to Ryanair, with slightly better amenities. Flying budget across the Atlantic Ocean doesn't sound
Maybe you saw the item in "People in the News," which is one of my favorite newspaper features. I like reading about celebrity birthdays and romances especially when the news involves me.
Known as Norway's version of The Lonely Island, Ylvis is a comedy duo and band that creates fun music videos for just about
In addition to the American and Canadian folk I often encounter, I've been writing for years about European music, from Finland to Spain and everywhere between.
Elizabeth Little traveled thousands of miles, chronicling her encounters with Navajo, Quileute, French, Gullah, Basque, Haitian Creole, and Spanish people. In this interview, she offers tips for other language road-trippers.
A distraught Norwegian man came up to my girlfriend and kissed her on the cheek. I thought it was one of her long lost friends until he did the same to me.
Three of the four films I saw at Sundance 2011 on Saturday not only fit the bill for 'comedy,' but acquit themselves nicely. And each comes from a different country -- the U.S., Ireland and Norway.
More MMP on HuffPost: Another difference is that debuting directors Aaron Aites and Audrey Ewell (he's better known as a
I did it, and I have to admit, as challenging as it was to climb a glacier for the first time, I am certainly glad I was