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We have our lutefisk ordered and dream of eating our yearly portion.

Being of Swedish heritage, we prefer a white sauce; adding rustic mustard, wasabi or some other ingredient to give some flavor to our fish.

What condiments to you serve with your Christmas Eve lutefisk?

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We have our lutefisk ordered and dream of eating our yearly portion.

Being of Swedish heritage, we prefer a white sauce; adding rustic mustard, wasabi or some other ingredient to give some flavor to our fish.

What condiments to you serve with your Christmas Eve lutefisk?

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White sauce works well for me. (Drawn butter calls too much attention to what's actually there, as of this year's Julbord, anyhow. I still have trouble getting past the whole cooked-in-lye thing.) Better yet if there are a few carrots with dill on the plate, and a few chunks of roasted potato, and some serious aquavit in the glass.

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-- 2/19/2004

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We have our lutefisk ordered and dream of eating our yearly portion.

Being of Swedish heritage, we prefer a white sauce; adding rustic mustard, wasabi or some other ingredient to give some flavor to our fish.

What condiments to you serve with your Christmas Eve lutefisk?

I've never tasted lutefisk. My college roommate from Manitoba first told me about it -- his mom was from Oslo, I think. I've been reading a little bit about lutefisk for an upcoming party. For me, it's an unusual and totally interesting way to prepare cod.

Could you say something about the Christmas ritual, and what lutefisk actually tastes like?

Peter Gamble aka "Peter the eater"

I just made a cornish game hen with chestnut stuffing. . .

Would you believe a pigeon stuffed with spam? . . .

Would you believe a rat filled with cough drops?

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