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Frisian Family posing in Regional Dress at the studio of Wilhelm Müller in Wyk auf Föhr, Germany - late 1800s

Frisian Family posing in Regional Dress at the studio of Wilhelm Müller in Wyk auf Föhr, Germany - late

Asparagus Soup With Mini Meatballs from Food.com: This is a traditional Danish recipe often used as part of a wedding reception menu. The recipe originally called for whipping cream but I prefer the lighter version using 5% coffee cream. The mini meatballs take a bit of time to prepare, but you will be happy you did! Below is the lighter version including ground turkey in the meatballs, but if needed 50/50 of beef and pork will work well.

Asparagus Soup With Mini Meatballs

Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Finland (includes Saami tribes) All of Scandinavia wears a common or similar dress largely influenced by Denmark and Germany because of centuries of shared rule by the Danes (greatly influenced by their German relatives to the south). Finland's dress is related to the Swedish a common heritage springing from nearly 600 years of Swedish rule.

European Heritage Library - European history, cultures, historical memory, and European and immigrant identities

Folk costumes of Föhr, Schleswig, Germany/ currently part of germany-formerly part of denmark/ where my danish heritage originated

Folk costumes of Föhr, Schleswig, Germany/ currently part of germany-formerly part of denmark/ where my danish heritage originated

Frisian Women from the Island of Föhr.

ca 1900 AD: North-Frisian women, near Borgsum, Föhr island, North Friesland (DE)

Map - North Frisian coast

Descriptions the North Frisian culture, languages, geography, topography and settings within the Novellen of the nineteenth-century writer Theodor Storm.

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