Swedishfoodpedia

I am gradually compiling a Swedishfoodpedia. The intention to provide background information about Swedish food, especially ingredients. It is a long term project which I work on as and when I get the opportunity.

I hope you find the articles available so far interesting. If you have any suggestions for additional articles or you would like to contribute an article or photos please let me know.

John Duxbury


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A

Advent in Sweden

Advent Calendar app

Alcohol in Sweden

Alla hjärtans dag

Allemansrätt

Almonds =

Ammonium carbonate (see Hjorthornssalt)

Ansjovis

Aquavit (see Brännvin)

Asparagus

B

Baking (cakes)

Béarnaise sauce

Bilberries

Bilberry Baby - a review of the eBook for children

Bilberry drinks

Blackberries

Black chanterelles - see foraging

Black gold

Blueberries

Blåbär

Borough Market

Bread - see sourdough baking in Sweden

Brännvin

Butter in Sweden

C

Capers

Cardamom

Carl Jan Granqvist

Caviar

Chanterelles - see foraging

Chervil

Christmas buffet

Christmas in Sweden

Christmas Market in London

Christmas markets in Stockholm

Christmas, NK's Christmas windows

Cinnamon

Cloudberries

Cooking thermometers and recommeneded inner temperatures

Cowberries (see Lingonberries)

Crawfish parties

Crayfish parties

Cucumber

D

Daniel Berlin, the humble Masterchef

Danish remoulade sauce

Dill

Dill mayonnaise

Dill sauce

Distinctive features of Swedish food

Drinking songs

E

Easter

Elderflowers

Epice riche

F

Fermented herring

Fettisdagen (see Shrove Tuesday)

Fika

Fish, recommended inner temperature

Foraging by Anna Bonde-Mosesson

Foraging courses

G

Game: recommended inner temperatures

Gingerbread house competition

Gotland

Grow-your-own (plants for an English garden)

Gräddfil

H

Halmbock (Straw goat), see Christmas

Hjorthornssalt

Husmanskost

I

Ice cream

Icehotel

International differences: units and ingredient names and how the differences are handled on this site

Inner temperatures, recommendations for bread, fish, game and meat

J

Jam, background information and tips

Julbord

K

Kalix löjrom

Kapris (see Capers)

Kesella

Keso

Kruskavel (knobbly rolling pin)

Kvarg

L

Lent buns (semlor) by Maia Brindley Nilsson

Lingonberries

Lobster  

London's Borough Market

Lucia

M

Mandelmassa (see Almonds)

Mardi Gras (see Shrove Tuesday)

Marzipan (see Almonds)

Mayonnaise

Meat: recommended inner temperatures

Midsummer celebrations

Midsummer in Stockholm

N

Name-days

National Day

Nettles

Nibbed sugar (see Pearl sugar)

NK's Christmas windows

O

O.P.Anderson (a brand of aquavit)

P

Pearl sugar

Pepparkakshus tävling

Pheasant

Princess cake (Prinsesstårta)

Q

Quark

R

Ramsons

Redcurrants

Remoulade sauce

Right to roam and pick (see Allemansrätt)

Roe

S

Sauces

Saffron

Semlor (see Lent buns)

Shrove Tuesday

Skarpsås

Skrei

Sloes

Snaps (see Brännvin)

Snapsvisor

Songs

Sourdough baking in Sweden

Sourdough baking: recommended equipment

Soured cream (see Gräddfil)

Sprats (see Ansjovis)

Stinging nettles

Stockholm in the snow

Stockholm in the spring

Strawberries

Sugar, pearl sugar

Surströmming (fermented herring)

Syrup

Systembolaget (see alcohol)

T

Temperatures,recommended inner temperatures for bread, fish, game and meat

Thermometers for food

Trumpettes de la mort - see foraging

U

-

V

Valborg and Valborgsmässoafton

Valentine's Day

Vanilla

Venison

Våfflor and Våffeldagen

Västerbottensost

W

Waffles and Waffle Day

Walpurgis night

West coast of Sweden

Wild garlic

XYZ

Yeast

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