Sons of Norway Celebrate Norwegian Heritage with Huge Smorgasbord in Yakima [VIDEO]
The annual Sons of Norway lutefisk and meatball feed is coming Nov. 5. It's an annual tradition that's been going on for 36 years. I've gone to a few and it's always a great time.
Join the activities from 5-7 p.m. at the Holy Family Church at 56 Avenue and Tieton Drive. They'll have tons of food that comes with the price of admission from Swedish meatballs to lefse (a Norwegian flat bread) to the ever popular (unpopular?) lutefisk, which is a common food. Basically, it's fish prepared in such a way it has a jelly-type texture. Best when served with a cream sauce or butter. There's also the cookies and other snacks.
Tickets are $20 or $10 if you have kids under 12 years of age. You can pick them up at Deep Sea Deli at Ninth and Summitview with $1 of each ticket sold going to the Sorenson-Odin scholarship fund.
I took my daughter a few years ago. Here's video of her trying lutefisk for the first time.