With lefse sticks, here’s what you do
Beyond just flipping rounds.
You make them for a chum or two
Now friendship knows no bounds!
Wanna make friends fast? Make lefse sticks and give them away.
“Oh, I can’t make lefse sticks,” you protest. “I’m not good working with wood.”
Oh, yes you can! Here’s a simple way to make a sturdy and stylish-looking lefse stick — and you can get the wood free.
This tip came from Nolan Spencer, who I featured in Keep On Rolling! Life on the Lefse Trail and Learning to Get a Round. He recently made the lefse stick pictured above and mailed it to me from his home in Deerwood, Minnesota.
“I’m cheap,” wrote Nolan, “and I make them from 5-gallon paint stir sticks, which I get free of charge at The Home Depot. I jigsaw the ends, plane down the sticks, and finish them on my belt sander. Everyone I teach lefse making to gets one. You’re an exception, Gary. Give it a try, and keep on rolling!”
Will do, Nolan, my lefse friend!