This week at the NCQ

I thought it might be a good idea to start a small weekly blog where I can give you lovely readers an update on what’s been happening with me and the Norwegian Club every week – so welcome to our first post on the topic.

This week has been pretty hectic – we’re working hard preparing for the Scandinavian Festival – creating a roster for our waffle stall volunteers, preparing the Norwegian Club’s offering for the Festival raffle, sorting out commercial kitchen dramas – and of course, testing waffle batter options to make sure we’ll be serving only the most delicious Norwegian waffles in Queensland. 

We’ve been talking with some of our Facebook followers and Club members about writing travel articles for an upcoming feature on the website – so stay tuned for that too!

Beyond this, I’ve also been working on a second viking dress – this time in a magnificent red weave for my partner’s sister to wear at the Festival (make sure you come and have a look!). The new dress has a few changes to the original I’ve been posting about, and there will be blog posts coming up on not only the finishing touches of the original blue dress, but detailing the changes I’ve experimented with for dress #2.

All of this work behind the scenes for the NCQ means that I’ve been a bit behind on posting news items and recipes – but I will have a scrumptious recipe for you to savour this afternoon, ready for the weekend.

Let us know if there’s something else you’d like to see on the site and we’ll try to make it a reality!


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