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Legwold, a web editor, has written more than 700 articles for such national publications as Better Homes and Gardens and Esquire. He speaks on lefse, lutefisk and the importance of humor. Indeed, he finds that perfectionism is the oppressor that prevents perfectly capable and talented people from making an edible round of lefse. And so, he offers this poem:
Iss Called Lefse for a Purpose
O Lord it iss hard to make lefse
Dat iss perfect in every vay.
To roll dem so round and so tin
Ha, ha, ha, ho, ho--dat vill be the day!
To know lefse, ya sure, is to love it
No matter how tick, tough or dead.
And if lefse vas s pose to be yust right
Ve d call lefse yust rightse instead.
Love the stories! Great for educating the younger family on the history of Lefse.Published 13 months ago by Gregory & Kathy Wright
Had this book for years and have passed it around for others to read. Use it for many fine foods.Published on June 1, 2013 by Elsie Brommer
Awesome book! Filled with tidbits and recipes on how to make Lefse. Just a great addition to my gourmet library. Read morePublished on May 28, 2013 by Totally ImAussieBull
A bit of education, a bit of history, humor, advice and recipes. You get it all in this book. Fellow potato lefse makers will find the other recipes interesting (and the history... Read morePublished on January 13, 2013 by Amazon Customer