How to make a Norwegian dish that's so popular during the holiday season

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - It's a tradition for many families to make the Norwegian flatbread, lefse, during the holiday season. Maxwell Food Equipment, Inc. in Sioux Falls wanted to offer classes to learn how to make the Norwegian recipe to get people in the kitchen and learning. It is taught by Amber Lounsbery. She learned from her mother-in-law. Lounsbery said she thinks lefse is so popular around the holiday season because it takes time to make the flatbread. It also creates an excuse for families to get together in the kitchen to create memories.

In the class at Maxwell's, she shows the process on how to make the bread and answers any questions someone may have along the way. The next one is on December 6th at Maxwell's. You can call 605-336-2675 to register or follow the link in the related links section to sign up for the class.

Maxwell Food Equipment, Inc. is a wholesale warehouse where people can shop for professional and industrial-grade kitchen equipment. The store sells restaurant equipment and kitchen supplies. The store also offers various cooking classes. It's located in Sioux Falls on Cliff Avenue across from the Avera McKennan Hospital. There are also locations in Spencer, IA and Marshall, MN.