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'Lussekatter' the recipe and saffron from Gotland..

What would a Swedish Christmas – not to mention Lucia – be without saffron? More»

October 4 is Kanelbullens dag!

Celebrating Kanelbullens dag is easy and quite gratifying ... More»

'Kraftskivan' - An Ode to the Crayfish

Foreign tourists visiting in August say that crayfish parties are the closest a Swede gets to really letting loose. Nowhere is the crayfish so ardently worshipped as in Sweden and August and September offer opportunities to sample the delicacy in the U.S.. More»

Multi-layered sandwich tart

The popular Swedish smorgastarta is a fantastic addition to any smorgasbord, especially at this time of year. It takes a while to prepare, but since it's served cold, the host has plenty of time to socialize. More»

Sugar eggs for Easter

Make your own Easter candy and make yourself popular among both big and small. More»

Spicing Up Waffle Day

March 25 is Waffle Day vaaffeldagen, the day for eating waffles ... waffles with whipped cream and jam are being served almost anywhere you go. Now for the de luxe versions. More»

Waffles for Our Lady

End of March brings out the urge for waffles in Swedes, a sweet tradition created through, well, a mispronunciation. More»

Fettisdagen - A Shrove Tuesday Tradition

Whether you call it 'Fettisdag,' Shrove Tuesday, Fat Tuesday or Mardis Gras, if you're in Sweden (or anywhere in Scandinavia) you celebrate with a 'semla' or 'fettisdagsbulle.' More»

Make your own 'semla'

Fastlagsbulle, hetvägg or fettisdagsbulle - "Kärt barn har många namn" / A loved child goes under many names ... More»

Glogg recipes

Apple glogg recipe and an old fashioned for the traditionalists; links to the side dishes you need for the party. More»

The quick and easy Glogg Party

Any of the four Sundays of Advent is a perfect excuse for putting together your own party. More»

October 4: Kanelbullens Dag

Celebrate the Day of the Cinnamon bun, Kanelbullens Dag! More»

Time for 'surstromming'

Move over crayfish! Time to throw out the crayfish paraphernalia ... today is the official first day, 'Surstrommingspremiaer' the fermented herring cans can finally be opened (if you dare). More»

An Ode to the Swedish Crayfish

Nowhere is the crayfish so ardently worshipped as in Sweden. Part of the reason is purely gastronomic. In flavor, the rare Swedish crayfish surpasses its relatives in other countries. More»

The world's most smelly fish

Travelers visiting the north of Sweden two hundred years ago, particularly foreigners with sensitive noses, spoke from time to time of the extraordinary stink that blanketed the countryside. More»