2015/03/13

Swedish food

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Kalles Kaviar, smoked fish roe spread, amazing with eggs. A funny clip about Kalles.

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Dried reindeer, my mum gave me a piece for my birthday.

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Cloudberry jam, berries picked by my dad.

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Goes so well with porridge. Dad has given me another even more luxorious jam made of arctic raspberries, such an intense amazing taste.

Weekend soon! x

8 comments:

  1. I watched the Kalles vid, I've never seen or heared about kaviar in a tube, but doesn't kaviar have to be black? I've only eaten black kaviar, and once or twice orange kaviar, but those were not the original eggs from the sturgeon. So I think that white toothpaste-like blubber out of that Kalles tube is very suspicious indeed ... :)

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  2. I always think I will like Kalles, but I can never finish a tube. I think my mother would be ashamed of me! :)

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  3. And a beautiful Swedish breakfast bowl! We had them at home when I was a kid more than 50 years ago. And I have them now, found them in a flea market.

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  4. The reindeer is colorful for dried protein, and I imagine it is full of concentrated iron richness. Where's the fat? Pardon my ignorance. Now I am off to Google cloudberries.

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  5. Vad hungrig jag blev av det här inlägget! Och vilka fina muggar/bägare? Var kommer de ifrån?

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    1. köpte dem i paris för ett par år sedan, minns tyvärr ej var.

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  6. Arctic raspberries! Wow, that sounds exotic. I would love to try them.

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  7. I cook for work, and have never even heard of cloudberries or arctic raspberries....had to google both and they look amazing. Not something we would get in Australia. :). Love your blog. Kelli.

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