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Lithuanian raspeball.

Raspeball, also known in some areas as kumle or kumpe, is a potato dumpling, a traditional Norwegian dish. It consists of grated potatoes, where typically half is pre-cooked and half is raw, salt and various kinds of flour, and is in many recipes also filled with bits of salted lamb or pork. They are often served with bacon, sausages, melted butter and/or mashed or cooked rutabaga, and, in some parts of the country, with sour cream, sugar or syrup.

This traditional dish has many different names and slight variations (such as kumle, klubb and kumpe) depending on where in Norway the recipe is from. They are quite closely related to the Lithuanian cepelinai, the Acadian Poutine râpée and the potato dumplings known as Klöße in Austria and Germany.

See also

  • Kroppkakor The Swedish name of the dumplings of this dish
  • Palt similar dish from Sweden
  • Pork bun bun-like recipe from China which has some resemblance to this dish

References (in Norwegian).

City of licenseBloomington, Texas
Broadcast areaVictoria metropolitan area
Branding106.9 The Rock
Slogan"Best Classic Rock And The Best New Rock."
Frequency106.9 MHz
Format Active Rock
ERP18,500 watts
Owner Gap Broadcasting
(Gap Broadcasting Victoria License, LLC)
Sister stationsKIXS, KQVT

KLUB (106.9 FM, "106.9 The Rock") is a radio station serving the Victoria, Texas, area with an active rock format. It is under ownership of Gap Broadcasting.

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Up to date as of January 15, 2010

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Klub m. (genitive Klubs, plural Klubs)

  1. club (organization)


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