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Sweet rusks with cardamom — easy and classic cookies.
Finnish sticks, or “finska pinnar” are subtle yet delicious almond cookies.
The Swedish lenten bun is mostly known as a semla—or plural semlor.
This saffron cake is stunning no matter what time of the year you serve it—and it keeps good for days.
Saffron buns are generally called lussekatter, “lusse cats”, but it looks like we got the animal wrong…
Swedish Hasselback potatoes turn any meal into a celebration.
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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.