At your next gathering this holiday season, make cocktails the Swedish way with these cocktails.…
Celebrate the New Year with a classic Swedish menu. With plenty of seafood, dill and local cheese, you will be off to a great new start.
Pickled herring is a staple on any Swedish Christmas table. In West Sweden, they serve with a traditional cheese common to the region.
Learn how to make glögg, rice porridge and serve plenty of fish and game, just like they do in West Sweden for the holidays.
This simple dough recipe easily rises in thirty minutes and quickly bakes up with a delectable cheesy center made with Swedish cheese.
Learn the traditions of the late-summer Swedish celebrations, how to have your own, and where to join in when visiting West Sweden.
Put together bold flavors, including an herbed yogurt made with Västerbottensost cheese, to create a simply Swedish summer meal.
This no-churn ice cream with yogurt and Swedish Västerbottensost cheese is sweet, creamy, and bright with berries and a fun tangy flavor from the added dairies. A perfect cool treat to use summer berries.
Often served at summer’s crayfish parties in Sweden, make the unique Västerbottensost cheese pie with sharp cheese flavor baked into the custard filling.
Learn how and where to celebrate midsummer, the longest day of the year, like a Swede.
Herring is an important part of Swedish cuisine. Learn about the celebrations honoring the canned fish and how to serve it no matter where you are.
Made with spelt flour that is fermented for a day, these rolls are rich with flavor and a touch of sweetness.
Gooey chocolate cake with a crisp crust on top is ideal with a cup of afternoon or evening tea. Quick and easy, this cake can rival any brownie recipe.
Swedes are passionate about their coffee, or shall we say kaffe. Pouring rich, never bitter coffee since 1853 learn about the process of Gevalia Coffee.
Finish summer with a bang and a boozy, Swedish punch. Vodka, elderflower cordial, and cucumbers boost the strawberry-lime hard cider up a delicious notch.
Swedish cuisine is more than meatballs. Join Chef Ulrika Bengtsson on a tour of Sweden’s food from east to west and north to south.
Skip dessert at dinner, and have dessert for dinner instead at the NORTH pop up at The Old Bowery Station.
A great place to kick-start a weekend in Stockholm is Restaurant Teaterbrasseriet. If you can’t get there, try their chicken terrine recipe.
This dish is often referred to as leftover food, but with some really good ingredients it can actually become quite elegant.
The fruity flavors in the Swedish cider lend this quick bread a sweetness that is enhanced by a zesty glaze.
Careful when sourcing your salmon for this classic Swedish snack, gravlax is cured but still raw.
This cakes comes together in under an hour so you’ll be ready to entertain even the most last-minute guests.
A rich and satisfying traditional Swedish beef stew, Kalops is seasoned with white peppercorns and allspice berries.
With the European horse meat scandal rolling on, we thought it best to provide our readers with a proper recipe for Swedish Horse Meatballs.
A veal burger named after the forefather of the largest industrial family in Sweden, and a true delicacy with its velvety smooth flavors.
C/o The Maidstone hotel in East Hampton is a very good reason for a culinary escape from the city even during the winter.
Äggakaga (Eggy Cake) is a South Swedish thick pancake that’s baked on top of the stove.
A fun way to turn Swedish Knäckebröd into festive crackers.
A traditional roulade cake served with a berry sauce for added freshness.
Hasselback Potatoes are fantastic and a very simple way to turn regular potatoes from dull to delish.
Curing salmon or trout is fun, simple and absolutely delicious. Johanna Kindvall adds an enchanting summer twist to this Scandinavian classic.
Kalle Bergman on how to make the ultimate mother-approved Swedish meatballs.
Even if you don’t know what Kladdkaka means, you will fall in love with this recipe from Johanna Kindvall.
To make Akvavit you don’t have to go to the woods, you just need three simple spices that you may already have in your pantry.
Kelsey Hilts with a classic Swedish limpa bread recipe that will make your mouth water.