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Entries by Kalle Bergman from 12/2010

Saint Lucia Day And Swedish Lussebullar

| Posted 12.13.2010 | Huffington Post

Lucia Day is weird partly because it's origin is a medieval patchwork of folklore combined with pagan, Catholic and Lutheran traditions from Italy, Sweden and Germany.

Janssons Temptation: Star Of The Swedish Christmas Smorgasbord

| Posted 12.17.2010 | Huffington Post

Save the recipe for any cold dark night -- Janssons Temptation deserves to be eaten all through the winter, served as it is without any accessories, or together with a few good barbecued bangers.

Christmas Fullness And The Sexiest Potatoes Alive

| Posted 12.22.2010 | Huffington Post

The main problem with the Danish Christmas dinner is that it is so amazingly good that the "eat less method" is almost impossible to implement.

A Simple Compromise: The Danish New Year Cake

| Posted 12.28.2010 | Huffington Post

This marzipan based cake is traditionally served in layers of wreaths, topped with frosting and sometimes chocolate or almonds, eaten together with Champagne at midnight.