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Food & dining

Recipe for lefse (Norwegian flatbread)

Makes 48

Start these a day in advance so the potatoes can sit in the refrigerator before using. You’ll need a pastry cloth or a sturdy, clean tea towel folded in half and secured to the work space with heavy-duty tape. Use a cloth-covered, corrugated rolling pin or a regular rolling pin covered with a rolling pin cloth, and a lefse stick, which is a thin wooden spatula, or long thin metal spatula or bench scraper.

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