What Vikings churn. Scandinavia, ah! The low light, the beautiful furniture, the many, many kinds of salted foods they have! But let’s talk about lingonberries, the much-beloved treat of those who dwell in boreal forest and upon arctic tundra. Like a smaller, juicier cranberry, the lingonberry accompanies many Scandinavian delectables. Here, we swirl jam made from locally grown lingonberries into an ice cream made from goat’s milk for a clean, goaty, dense, lovely, rich, Scandinavian soul explosion. Megan and Jeremy run Viking Soul Food out of a 1968 Streamline Duchess aluminum trailer in NE Portland. Most of their dishes begin with a homemade, hand-rolled, Norwegian, potato-based, tortilla-like delicacy called lefse. From there, Viking Soul Food’s dishes are the scene of sudden, beautiful collisions between Scandinavian tradition and hyper-local ingredients, all wonderfully wrapped in those pleasantly potatoey pancakes.