Lucia Day At Home

Celebrate Santa Lucia Day at home this year with a Lussekatter recipe by Cook & Eat guest chef Anna Brones (and author of Fika: The Art of The Swedish Coffee Break), Lucia crown templates by Willow of Wonder and Sankta Lucia by Portland Nordic Chorus!


An Oregon tradition since 1956, the Lucia, Queen of Light program puts young women with and interest in Nordic heritage in touch with this beloved legend of Scandinavia, while offering them the opportunity to serve their community and receive Scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $1,000. The official Oregon Lucia is crowned each year at NNW’s ScanFair in December. Lucia and her court members appear at various Nordic events during the holiday season and throughout the year.


Read more about the history of Lucia


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Make Lussekatter

The traditional Lucia cookies with this delicious recipe from Anna Brones book “Fika”, who we were lucky enough to have as guest chef at one of our previous Cook & Eats.







Make your own Lucia crowns

If you miss the Lucia crowns from ScanFair’s craft area at ScanFair, here is a sweet template by Willow of Wonder, that you can make at home.


Download the images and see the steps below to make your own Lucia crowns:








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Steps:

Listen to the Portland Nordic Chorus perform Sankta Lucia