I find that flour makes good bread, but I'll try it with Norwegian mothers and see what happens...
Why is there 'e' after Norsk? And how did 'mødre' assumed a plural form here?
Because mødre is plural, as is "mothers." Norsk gets modified to suit the noun it modifies, and the plural form is Norske (as per usual with Norwegian adjectives).
Takk. How about the singular for mødre? I thought mor and mødre were just the same in count.
The singular indefinite it just mor, while the definite singular can be mora or moren, indefinite plural mødre or mødrer, and definite plural mødrene. There is a rarer alternative singular form moder, but as far as I know mødre is only plural.
Norwegian bread is the best and not expensive. Fresh, natural bread every single day except Sunday.