September 2018

September 2018

A Swedish apple tart

Recipe of the month

Äppeltarte med mandelfyllning och tosca (Apple and almond tart)

Calendar notes

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September 2018

Week Date Namnsdagar Event
  35 Sat 1 Samuel, Sam  
  35 Sun 2 Justus, Justina  
  36 Mon 3 Alfhild, Alva  
  36 Tue 4 Gisela  
  36 Wed 5 Adela, Heidi  
  36 Thu 6 Lilian, Lilly  
  36 Fri 7 Kevin, Roy  
  36 Sat 8 Alma, Hulda  
  36 Sun 9 Anita, Annette Swedish flag to denote an official flag day in Sweden Riksdagsval (General Election in Sweden)
  37

Mon 10

Tord, Turid  
  37  Tue 11 Dagny, Helny  
  37  Wed 12 Åsa, Åslög  
  37  Thu 13 Sture  
  37  Fri 14 Ida, Ronja  
  37  Sat 15 Sigrid, Siri  
  37  Sun 16 Dag, Daga   
  38 Mon 17 Hildegard, Magnhild  
  38  Tue 18 Orvar  
  38  Wed 19 Fredrika  
  38  Thu 20 Elise, Lisa  
  38  Fri 21 Matteus  
  38  Sat 22 Maurits, Moritz Höstdagjämningen (Autumnal Equinox)
  38  Sun 23  Tekla, Tea  
  39 Mon 24 Gerhard, Gert Prinsesstårtans vecka börjar (Princess cake week starts)
  39  Tue 25  Tryggve Äpplets dag (Apple Day)
  39  Wed 26  Enar, Einar  
  39  Thu 27  Dagmar, Rigmor  
  39  Fri 28  Lennart, Leonard  
  39  Sat 29  Mikael, Mikaela  
  39  Sun 30 Helge  

 

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