In the kitchen with: Mary Johnston

With so many great cooks and bakers around us, we wanted to connect and invite them to share their secrets and specialties in the kitchen. We were so grateful to start this series off with one of our lovely grandmothers, Mary Johnston. She has been a true inspiration to us growing up, teaching us many lessons in and out of the kitchen… more»

A year in review: 2014

We hope 2015 is off to a fabulous start for each and every one of you. The beginning of a new year means new goals, thoughts and the start of a fresh new day planner. While we have so much to look forward to this year, it is important to look back and reflect on 2014… more»

Holiday traditions: Norwegian krumkake

Traditions centered around the kitchen are often the most enjoyable. This year we decided to start a holiday tradition of learning recipes passed down from our ancestors; from one set of experienced hands to another. On the weekend we received a master class in creating Krumkake, a beautiful Norwegian waffle pastry from our dearest Grandmother… more»

Homemade gift giving: cinnamon honey butter

Here at blondewalk we appreciate the talent of turning culinary art into practical homemade gifts. Making cinnamon honey butter is one of our holiday traditions which has evolved into one of our most desired gift to give…more»

Første snøen

You may be shocked to hear that we look forward to the first snowfall of the year. It is actually a well celebrated day in our family that has evolved into our own long standing Norwegian tradition. But don’t get us wrong, we were incredibly thankful that the snow did not grace us with its presence until November this year… more»

Thanksgiving traditions

Thanksgiving is when families come together to share traditions in the spirit of gratitude. One of the best traditions is gathering at the table for outstanding food made with love. Our favourite dish? Sweet Potato Casserole… more»