Lefsa is a Norweigen, flatbread and if you follow Far Side of Fifties blog she and her hubby also make these. My family started making these when my mom married my step dad. My step grandparents made them every year for Christmas along with oyster dressing. Now the hubby and I make them most years. We love them, they are made with (we use fresh mashed potatoes) instant potatoes, evaporated milk and butter and lots and lots of flour, but FSOF puts honey in hers and I think next year we will try that ourselves! She is right, everyone has their own way of making them. The hubby uses the griddle and I do the rolling out. It tooks us most of the day to do a batch. It is not a fast process, but our industrial mixer sure helped us this year with them. Hope you all have a great day.