DULUTH - It's a holiday treat some Northlanders look forward to ever year.
The annual Lutefisk Dinner at Elim Lutheran Church kicked off Thursday night.
They have been serving up the fish there for more than 30 years.
This year, they prepared to feed more people because the snowstorm cancelled First Lutheran's dinner.
Some people love it and some hate it, but the Scandinavian tradition lives on.
"It's a texture thing. Most people, the texture kind of throws them off. Two young lads who were helping me in the kitchen tonight kind of put on two pair of rubber gloves just to hand the pieces to me," said Keith Olafson, a lutefisk chef.
They also served homemade potato sausage, sweedish meatballs and rice pudding.