Kokebok III Cookbook - Sons of Norway Lodge No. 44 Poulsbo, Washington
Kokebok III cookbook - Sons of Norway Lodge No. 44 is a community cookbook. It shares favorite recipes from the Little Norway of the West, Poulsbo, Wasington. A lengthy chapter called How the Norwegians Do It contains 78 Norwegian dishes. The rest of the dishes are favorite community recipes. Each recipe contains the name of its contributor.
Format: Paperback spiral bound, 244 pages
Publisher: The Ladies of the Sons of Norway Lodge No. 44 of Poulsbo, Washington
Author: Members of The Ladies of the Sons of Norway Lodge No. 44 of Poulsbo
Description: Ethnic cookery is becoming quite the vogue. Poulsbo, the "Little Norway" of the West, has become widely known for its fine Norwegian foods. The ladies (and a few men) willingly share their secrets in this Kokebok III.
The Kokebok made its appearance in 1966. It has gone through five editions. Volume II was printed in 1974 and went through many editions. This new edition has retained some of the tried and true recipes from the earlier volumes, but there are many new recipes in this latest edition.
The Grieg Hall stands today, a proud monument to the vision, foresight, courage, resourcefulness, and sacrifices, of the members of the lodge and the Ladies Club. The building maintains Norwegian decor throughout. The reputation of Poulsbo Lodge No. 44's Grieg Hall has spread. People come from as far away as Norway, New York, and California to see it. It has become a tourist attraction.
Condition: Cover, interior pages and spiral are in very nice condition.