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Scandinavian Food

EccentriCities: Bingo Parties, Paella and Island Hopping in Oslo

Katherine LaGrave | Posted 07.07.2014 | Travel
Katherine LaGrave

Påskekrim is merely the tip of the proverbial iceberg, and Oslo is a city teeming with weirdly wonderful facts, traditions and travel opportunities -- characteristic, some might say, of a country that has the world's nicest prison and that developed one of the greatest foods known to man.

Laskiaispulla: Scandinavian Sweet Buns For Shrove Tuesday

Franco Lania | Posted 05.03.2014 | Taste
Franco Lania

Laskiaispulla are quite simply a sweet cardamom flavored bun that is filled with a raspberry or strawberry jam and topped with a delicious whipped cream.

Sweet Paul Magazine's Nordic Summer Feast

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Orchant | Posted 06.13.2013 | Taste

Fresh ingredients from nearby, simple techniques and the unquenchable desire to eat outside.

Joe Satran

Are Scandinavian Restaurants Finally Catching On?

HuffingtonPost.com | Joe Satran | Posted 02.12.2013 | Taste

New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells reviewed Aska, a Scandinavian restaurant in Brooklyn, in the newspaper's Dining section this week. It's a ...

Classic Swedish Christmas Recipes

Anna Brones | Posted 02.13.2013 | Taste
Anna Brones

Fortunately, you don't have to be in Sweden to savor these specialties.

Swedish Night: Meatballs, Aquavit And The Best Pop Music On Earth

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Orchant | Posted 09.07.2012 | Taste

Here at HuffPost Taste, we frequently extoll the joys of simple cooking, simple eating and simple entertaining. The idea being that making it simple m...

150 Cod Tongues & A Passion for New Nordic Cuisine

Liza de Guia | Posted 11.20.2011 | Home
Liza de Guia

"Many times, people have asked, 'How in the world did you become involved in this competitive cooking madness?' And, it's weird, because I'm not what ...

Classic Swedish Chocolate Ball Recipe

Honest Cooking | Posted 08.09.2011 | Home
Honest Cooking

I don't think there is one kid in Sweden that does not know what a chocolate ball is or "Chokladbollar" in Swedish.

Eating Death With Scandinavian Cooking Collective NaCl

Kalle Bergman | Posted 07.24.2011 | Home
Kalle Bergman

NaCl is a Scandinavian collective of cooks that take haute cuisine experiments out of the high tech kitchens and onto the customer's plates. I sat dow...

Go Glocal: International Dishes You Can Make At Home

Honest Cooking | Posted 06.04.2011 | Home
Honest Cooking

The culinary world is on a dual track to both becoming more international and more local at the same time. Here are ten great international dishes fro...

Smoked Salmon Butter

Kalle Bergman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Kalle Bergman

I am very passionate about classic and contemporary Scandinavian food, but I do actually wander off and cook things from other cultures quite often. B...

Smooth Cauliflower Soup With Smoked Salmon And Arugula

Kalle Bergman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Kalle Bergman

Remember how you for some reason hated cauliflower when you were a kid? Well, hate no more. This wonderful member of the Brassicae-family is almost th...

Soccer And Hash At The Mill

Kalle Bergman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Kalle Bergman

One of my favorite past times when I visit Stockholm is to watch "my" soccer team Hammarby play. The club is absolutely legendary in Sweden, and has i...

The Story Of The Best Shrimp Toast In The World

Kalle Bergman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Kalle Bergman

Today this fantastic toast really is legendary. And it has a special place in the culinary heart of most Swedes.

Honest Cooking And The New Nordic Cuisine

Kalle Bergman | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Kalle Bergman

Scandinavian food doesn't require a lot of weird ingredients, spices you've never heard of before, or techniques that take seven years of culinary training to master. It is usually very simple.

'The Spirit Level': Why The American Service Sector Is All About Servitude

Kate Pickett | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books
Kate Pickett

During all my adult years living in the USA, I had enjoyed American service, without linking it to servitude. But why do we need to be served so deferentially?