Join our Lefse Chieftain, Emmily Fiedler, for this year's Lefse Workshop,
James Jerpseth and David Haavig making fresh lefsa at House of Norway Lawn Program in Balboa Park. (Photo. James Nelson.Lucas
Sunday, Sept. 9, 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm in Norway Hall. We will be making lefse to be frozen for the Viking Festival and to train willing volunteers
Lefsa Team hard at work at Vista Viking Festival, where lefsa comes fresh off the griddle all day. (Photo. Julie Watts)
Lefse is sometimes called 'Norwegian Tortillas', Made with potatoes, this Scandinavian flatbread is a traditional Holiday favorite. with butter and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar, or served with preserves.
Like other traditional holiday foods, turkey, tamales, or hot dogs, Lefse is a delectable snack or dessert any time of year.