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Today, I spent extra half an hour in my favorite grocery store, eating a complimentary lunch from their julbord, which they put up one day every year a few weeks before Christmas. (Please see explanation of julbord below.) The julbord is open for all customers, free of charge. You’re invited
Friday night my brother and I decided to party by making Swedish pancakes. Using this Swedish pancake recipe, we made some tasty delights. I was surprised to find out how hard they actually were to cook. But in the end we perfected our technique! My brother enjoys calling them crepes,
What’s Fat Tuesday? Its the day you eat semlor. Why do you eat semlor? Because it is Fat Tuesday! Today is Fat Tuesday. Last Fat Tuesday I promised I would attempted at making some semlor. Luckily I got a semlor recipe from a friend in Norrland. After you make them,
So today my Swedish friend took me out for a fika. Finally, I got to have my very first Swedish waffle! A small disclaimer, I didn’t have my nice camera, so pictures were taking with my phone. Sorry, but better than nothing, right? We went to this cute little shop,
Well, in case you haven’t noticed I have been outside of Sweden enjoying life in Prague. Which means cheap beer, warm weather (though I heard Skellefteå has been nice too) and seeing friends. But I have come across some pieces of Sweden. For example, there is an ABBA world going
So the last two weeks I have been traveling, and this week ends me up in Dublin, Ireland. True, I will be missing Swedish Mother’s Day, which is a pity but I am also enjoying Dublin. I never thought that Sweden would be following me! While walking down the streets
This weekend was Easter weekend in Sweden. About this time last year, I was moving here, which means lots of unpacking and getting paper work done. This year I was able to enjoy my first proper Swedish Easter. What does that mean? Well, first off, a four day weekend! Yep,