Here are posts with food history and recipes for all your favorite Swedish dishes (and there’s coming more).
Archipelago herring is one of Sweden’s most popular herring flavours.
Swedish Hasselback potatoes turn any meal into a celebration.
Egg cake is a BEAST of a dish — filling, delicious, and surprisingly easy to make.
Queen’s jam is the divine (or at least regal) mix of raspberries and blueberries.
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.
If you wanted to make it into Guinness Book of World Records, what would you do? Well, in 1985, a man named Hasse "Hasse P" Pettersson decided that he would put his slandered hometown Köping on the map again by making the world's longest sandwich cake, or...
Fond of pickled herring? Then you’ll love herring in mustard sauce.
This mayonnaise-rich shrimp toast is popular for a reason.