Swedish culinary classics – recipes with history and originality
Sweden’s best culinary treasures have always come from the forest and the sea. This is also true today, when Swedish cuisine is being shaped by influences from the whole world and the country’s chefs are winning so many international awards that some observers speak of the Swedish gastronomic miracle. Sweden’s bright, intensive summers and long, cold winters have created their own rich culinary culture.
In Swedish Culinary Classics, Innkeeper Emeritus Carl Jan Granqvist presents a selection of genuinely Swedish dishes. Herring and aquavit are there, of course, but not to be missed are Swedish meatballs, gravlax, filled potato dumplings, Jansson’s temptation, gingersnaps and other salty and sweet delicacies from the Swedish food heritage. Enjoy your meal! Or as we say in Sweden: Smaklig måltid!
Out of print.