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Áslaug Warmboe, left, taught “My Grandmother’s Ravioli” host Mo Rocca how to make Icelandic pancakes, among other dishes. (Katrina Styx/Hastings Star Gazette)

Hastings woman's traditional Icelandic food will be featured on Cooking Channel

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HASTINGS, Minn. -- At first, when Áslaug Warmboe’s family told her she was going to be on TV, she thought it was a joke. Then she started getting calls from New York, from the people in charge of making the Cooking Channel show “My Grandmother’s Ravioli.”

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Katrina Styx
Katrina Styx has been a reporter for the Hastings Star Gazette since 2010. She has a bachelor's degree in English with a minor in journalism from the University of Wisconsin - River Falls. Prior to coming to Hastings, Katrina reported for weekly newspapers in Jordan, Minn., and River Falls, Wis.
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