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Queen’s jam is the divine (or at least regal) mix of raspberries and blueberries.
Bondkakor, or Swedish farmer cookies, both look and sound modest. Nothing special, surely? But don’t be fooled.
Västerbotten cheese pie has become a Swedish classic in only a few decades.
Cold poached salmon is a typical Swedish summer dish that is just as delicious as it is convenient.
Chokladsnittar, or cut chocolate cookies, is one of the workhorse cookies that are part of the standard café selection.
“Swedish jam cookies” sounds too plain. Let’s be daring and use the direct translation for hallongrottor — “raspberry caves”.
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For the love of (homemade) butter
Have you tried making your own cultured butter? Get the best tips and tricks for making your own yellow gold at home, without any special equipment.
You’ll also learn how butter was made in Sweden during the 19th century.