A Midwestern Rite of Autumn: The Lutefisk Supper

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A Midwestern Rite of Autumn: The Lutefisk Supper

Not sure much is necessary in terms of comments.  This is the annual Lutefisk Supper at Moe Lutheran Church in Clayton, Wisconsin (1 hour east of St. Paul, MN), but a quick Google search and you can find one to attend on your Roadfood journey.
007: Licensed to Lute

Lutefisk pre-cooking looks pretty much identical to lutefisk post-cooking, save for the steam wafting from the plate.

Preparing lutefisk requires attention, focus, and a well-seasoned olfactory sense.

Voila! Eat up.

Lefse is a mandatory accompaniment.  How you dress the lefse depends on your heritage and preferences.

The annual argument -- who will eat more lutefisk...this guy, his little brother, or Dad? It was a draw this year.

Lutefisk Suppers are as much about the people and the occasion as they are the food.

And as always, a campfire at the cabin to close out the day.

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