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  • Sweden in for 'warmer than usual' spring

    The Local
    2 Mar 2015 | 5:58 pm
    Sweden could be just the place to soak up some sun this spring, as experts predict the country will see unusually high temperatures in March.
  • Growing concern over Swedish stimulus action -- chicken race between central banks

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    19 Feb 2015 | 9:05 pm
    ECONOMY: Sweden's new bond-buying plan to stave off falling prices could trigger a round of money printing by its fellow non-eurozone neighbours to thwart untimely currency rises against the weakening euro, analysts told the AFP newswire. The Scandinavian country has joined a growing group of countries to cut its key interest rate to negative — a historical first for the Nordic nation that shows how authorities globally are resorting to new methods to nudge up inflation and growth. Central banks across Europe are fighting to stop their economies from slipping into damaging deflationary…
  • Dozens of Swedish miners rescued from fire

    The Local
    3 Mar 2015 | 10:35 am
    A fire broke out at a mine in Garpenberg in central Sweden at around 9am on Tuesday morning, with 159 people rescued by 10.30am.
  • Government wants to review net lending target

    News from the Swedish Government
    3 Mar 2015 | 12:24 am
    The Government has decided to task the National Institute of Economic Research with analysing the effects of changing the general government net lending target from a surplus of one per cent to balanced net lending. Press release: Government wants to review net lending target Ministry of Finance, 03 March 2015
  • Ericsson hopes for swift resolution to Apple patent dispute

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    2 Mar 2015 | 7:45 am
    <br>Ericsson CEO Hans Vestberg has argued that the company's US$5 billion annual investment in research and development entitles it to seek the royalties it has from tech giant Apple for ...
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  • Dozens of Swedish miners rescued from fire

    3 Mar 2015 | 10:35 am
    A fire broke out at a mine in Garpenberg in central Sweden at around 9am on Tuesday morning, with 159 people rescued by 10.30am.
  • Sweden flights delayed as Norwegian row boils

    3 Mar 2015 | 8:42 am
    Thirteen flights were delayed or cancelled by Scandinavian airline Norwegian on Tuesday, including four to or from airports in Sweden, amid fears of further chaos on Wednesday when hundreds of Swedish staff could join a strike currently being held by workers in Norway.
  • Just four protestors at Sweden anti-Islam rally

    3 Mar 2015 | 8:20 am
    UPDATED: Counter-demonstrators dramatically outnumbered anti-Islam protesters at a Pegida rally in Linköping in southern Sweden, with reports that just four people turned up to support the right wing group, while up to 400 others rallied in support of diversity.
  • Sweden eyes fingerprint scanning to stop fraud

    3 Mar 2015 | 7:41 am
    Sweden needs to beef up its border security with fingerprint scanning to stop passport fraud, a government inquiry has argued as the country grapples with unprecedented levels of immigration.
  • Sweden in for 'warmer than usual' spring

    2 Mar 2015 | 5:58 pm
    Sweden could be just the place to soak up some sun this spring, as experts predict the country will see unusually high temperatures in March.
 
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    News from the Swedish Government

  • Government wants to review net lending target

    3 Mar 2015 | 12:24 am
    The Government has decided to task the National Institute of Economic Research with analysing the effects of changing the general government net lending target from a surplus of one per cent to balanced net lending. Press release: Government wants to review net lending target Ministry of Finance, 03 March 2015
  • Prime Minister Stefan Löfven to visit Ukraine

    2 Mar 2015 | 7:19 am
    The Prime Minister will visit the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv on 10-11 March for talks with President Petro Poroshenko and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk on the situation in Ukraine and the country's reform efforts. Mr Löfven will also meet other government representatives, members of parliament and representatives of civil society organisations and the international community to discuss the political, economic and humanitarian situation. Press release: Prime Minister Stefan Löfven to visit Ukraine Prime Minister's Office, 02 March 2015
  • Jobs in focus at summit between Merkel and Löfven

    26 Feb 2015 | 5:39 am
    Stefan Löfven visited Berlin yesterday for a private meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. This was Mr Löfven's first visit to Berlin since taking office as Prime Minister. The agenda for the summit included jobs and the economic outlook in the EU, the situation in Ukraine, and migration. Jobs in focus at summit between Merkel and Löfven Prime Minister's Office, 26 February 2015
  • Statement on the first anniversary of Yanukovych regime violence against protesters in Independence Square in Kyiv

    22 Feb 2015 | 9:56 am
    Today we remember and honour the people who lost their lives in the Yanukovych regime's violent crackdown on protesters in Independence Square in Kyiv. Over the last twelve months, in violation of all international law, Russia has annexed Crimea and via so-called 'separatists' subjected Ukraine to acts of aggression that have so far claimed the lives of more than 5 000 people. Almost 1.5 million people have been forced to flee from their homes. The responsibility for this lies unequivocally with Russia. Statement on the first anniversary of Yanukovych regime violence against…
  • Statement following discussion with European Council President Donald Tusk about Ukraine

    19 Feb 2015 | 8:57 am
    Prime Minister Stefan Löfven today spoke with the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk. The backdrop to the discussion was the fact that the ceasefire in Ukraine, which entered into force on Sunday 15 February, has obviously been broken by the separatists supported by Russia, in particular through their continued offensive against the town of Debaltseve. Read the full written statement by Prime minister Stefan Löfven Prime Minister's Office, 19 February 2015
 
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  • Minecraft founder newcomer on Forbes' rich list

    2 Mar 2015 | 4:11 pm
    Sweden's richest person was Stefan Persson, the owner of cheap chic fashion retailer H&M.
  • Growing concern over Swedish stimulus action -- chicken race between central banks

    19 Feb 2015 | 9:05 pm
    ECONOMY: Sweden's new bond-buying plan to stave off falling prices could trigger a round of money printing by its fellow non-eurozone neighbours to thwart untimely currency rises against the weakening euro, analysts told the AFP newswire. The Scandinavian country has joined a growing group of countries to cut its key interest rate to negative — a historical first for the Nordic nation that shows how authorities globally are resorting to new methods to nudge up inflation and growth. Central banks across Europe are fighting to stop their economies from slipping into damaging deflationary…
  • Swedish police arrests Islamic State money launderers

    19 Feb 2015 | 9:01 pm
  • Stockholm a breeding ground for tech billionaires

    19 Feb 2015 | 8:43 pm
    "Valuation isn’t everything, but the billion-dollar mark is generally accepted to represent truly phenomenal success": Niklas Zennström. • Top 10 events Stockholm's 2014 tech scene
  • Top 10 events Stockholm's 2014 tech scene

    19 Feb 2015 | 8:31 pm
    Last year marked a remarkable year for Stockholm’s technology scene, with a number of start-ups receiving high profile investments and several reports highlighting the region’s competitive edge.
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  • Sweden Moves to Discard Surplus Target to Free Stimulus Cash - Bloomberg

    3 Mar 2015 | 2:11 am
    Business RecorderSweden Moves to Discard Surplus Target to Free Stimulus CashBloomberg(Bloomberg) -- Sweden's government proposed eliminating the two-decade-old budget surplus framework to free up money for public investments and push down unemployment in the largest Nordic economy. The government ordered a review of the ...Sweden Seeks to Drop Budget Surplus TargetWall Street JournalSwedish government proposes abolition of budget surplus targetEconomic Timesall 5 news articles »
  • 159 miners rescued from fire in central Sweden - The Local.se

    3 Mar 2015 | 2:04 am
    The Local.se159 miners rescued from fire in central SwedenThe Local.seA fire broke out at a mine in Garpenberg in central Sweden at around 9am on Tuesday morning, with 159 people rescued by 10.30am. Boliden, the company that runs the mine issued a statement in English saying that a fire had started "in a container at the ...
  • Sweden flights delayed as Norwegian row boils - The Local.se

    3 Mar 2015 | 12:00 am
    Sweden flights delayed as Norwegian row boilsThe Local.seThirteen flights were delayed or cancelled by Scandinavian airline Norwegian on Tuesday, including four to or from airports in Sweden, amid fears of further chaos on Wednesday when hundreds of Swedish staff could join a strike currently being held by ...and more »
  • Four protestors at Sweden anti-Islam rally - The Local.se

    2 Mar 2015 | 11:29 pm
    The Local.seFour protestors at Sweden anti-Islam rallyThe Local.seCounter-demonstrators dramatically outnumbered anti-Islam protesters at a Pegida rally in Linköping in southern Sweden on Monday night, with reports that just four people turned up to support the right wing group, while up to 400 others rallied in
  • Sweden eyes fingerprint scans to stop fraud - The Local.se

    2 Mar 2015 | 10:57 pm
    The Local.seSweden eyes fingerprint scans to stop fraudThe Local.seThe inquiry proposed fingerprint scans for all nationalities entering Sweden from outside the passport-free Schengen Area in a move that pre-empts the European Union, which has yet to make such screenings mandatory. "I think that is the only way to get and more »
 
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  • Sweden Q4 Current Account Surplus Stable - RTT News

    3 Mar 2015 | 1:48 am
    Sweden Q4 Current Account Surplus StableRTT NewsSweden's current account surplus in the fourth quarter remained almost unchanged, figures from Statistics Sweden showed Tuesday. The current account surplus came in at SEK 62.8 billion in the fourth quarter, widely unchanged from the surplus recorded
  • Curling: Aitken puts the freeze on Sweden - Edinburgh Evening News

    2 Mar 2015 | 1:44 pm
    Curling: Aitken puts the freeze on SwedenEdinburgh Evening NewsNews · Sport · What's On · Jobs · Directory · Motors · Property · Announcements · Deals · Shop; More. Bingo · Buy A Photo · Dating · Holidays · Life & Style · Public Notices · The Scotsman · Webchats · World War One · Calendars · Save Money. Sign in and more »
  • Sweden eyes fingerprint scans to stop passport fraud - Yahoo News

    2 Mar 2015 | 1:31 pm
    Yahoo NewsSweden eyes fingerprint scans to stop passport fraudYahoo News"I think that is the only way to get at the lookalike problem, when you use a passport belonging to someone who looks like you," Interior Minister Anders Ygeman told news agency TT. Sweden has seen immigration levels soar in the wake of the Syrian and more »
  • Sweden Manufacturing Growth Slows For Second Month - RTT News

    2 Mar 2015 | 12:16 am
    Sweden Manufacturing Growth Slows For Second MonthRTT NewsSweden's manufacturing growth slowed for the second straight month in February, data from the Swedbank and the Swedish National Association of Purchasing & Logistics revealed Monday. The Purchasing Managers' Index, or PMI, fell to 53.3 in February ...and more »
  • Missing Teen With Asperger's Visiting From Sweden Is Found - ABC News

    1 Mar 2015 | 5:24 am
    News & ObserverMissing Teen With Asperger's Visiting From Sweden Is FoundABC NewsPolice say a 15-year-old Swedish boy with Asperger's syndrome who disappeared from a fast food restaurant in New York City has been found. They say Marcus Kerttu was found at 1:15 a.m. Sunday at Penn Station in midtown Manhattan. Police say he was ...Teen with Asperger's visiting from Sweden missing in NYCNews & ObserverMissing Swedish teen with Asperger syndrome found safeNew York Daily Newsall 106 news articles »
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    Sweden News

  • Malmo, Sweden: Secondary School Closes because of Violence

    2 Mar 2015 | 10:19 pm
    Ongoing violence has caused a school in Sweden's third largest city of Malmo to be shut by safety officers of the teachers' union. The location of the school is in the suburb of Rosengaard which has experienced white flight beginning in the '70s and may by now be majority "immigrant" - meaning Muslim.
  • Sweden's EcoDataCenter plans be the world's first carbon negative data center

    2 Mar 2015 | 9:51 am
    One big down side to the virtual world we've created is the amount of energy needed to power the devices and data centers that sustain it. A new data center planned for construction in the Swedish city of Falun could change the game if others follow.
  • Dylan guitarist makes music history in Sweden

    2 Mar 2015 | 8:46 am
    Bob Dylan guitarist Charlie Sexton helped write a piece of musical history in northern Sweden at the weekend with the world premiere of new compositions written expressly for ice instruments performed at the Ice Music City of Songs concerts in LuleA . The Friday, February 27th concert marked the first time Sexton, who for years has played onstage alongside US music legend Bob Dylan, played ice instruments live on stage.
  • Crisis talks as Malmo school remains closed

    2 Mar 2015 | 7:46 am
    Police officers were stationed outside the VA rner RydA©n School in MalmA in southern Sweden as it remained closed to pupils on Monday during ongoing crisis talks between staff and directors. "We received indications on social media that counter demonstrations were being planned," the City of Malm's head of education Hans Nilsson told Swedish broadcaster SVT.
  • Madonna set for debut gig in Swedish capital

    2 Mar 2015 | 3:46 am
    Madonna fans across Sweden were getting ready to party like a virgin as the superstar announced she was heading to Stockholm in November - her first solo gig in the Swedish capital. The artist has visited Sweden before she performed in Gothenburg in 1990, 2009 and 2012 but she has so far snubbed Sweden's biggest city.
 
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    The World According to Pia

  • hello there green and blue boots

    2 Mar 2015 | 2:21 pm
    It was a luxuary problem, I admit, but I couldn't decide on green or blue. And since it was a good sale on the El Naturalista website and the only size left in both colours was mine I took it as a sign. They should both move in with me. Actually they're kind of three and not two pairs because obviously one can wear them as an odd pair too.When they arrived today the cats were almost as excited as
  • the proof is in the hedgehog gingersnaps

    1 Mar 2015 | 8:37 am
    Finally. Finally I have gotten down to a) bake that organic gingerbread dough I've been emaning to bake since before Christmas - thank you due date - and b) put the cat baking roller to the test. And as you can see it works swell! I used my regular roller to roll the dough out and the I used the cat roller to make the pattern. And came to the conclusion that a) the dough need to be as thin
  • hey ranunculus

    28 Feb 2015 | 1:41 pm
    2015 - the year i actually managed to both remember AND buy ranunculus early in the season. it's so much nicer when there are lots to chose from. i heart ranunculus, yet i most always forget to buy or are unable to find them. now i've got not only one but three beauties that will adorn the office window sill. alongside the happy lights. remember the importance of beauty and inspiration.
  • prosit got balls!

    27 Feb 2015 | 2:30 pm
    If I had balls they would look like this. Wait, I do have balls and they do look like this! Can you tell I'm really super excited about my new office lights? So for the second post in a row, colourful balls it is. With colour matching bobbaloos for most colours except for violet. Something that clearly needs rectifying. I attached the balls to the lighting fixture, which took some time but
  • colourful balls of spring happiness

    26 Feb 2015 | 2:19 pm
    Finally. Finally I did it. Invested in these wonderful, colourful LED lights for the Prosit pink office. I've been meaning to do so for years but haven't really prioritized it. But with the removing of the sweet Lucia parade Advent candlestick from the windowsill the office space was suddenly so dark. It needed something bright and happy to light things up which would also spread the cheer of
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    A Swedish American in Sweden

  • 50 Shades of the Arctic

    Hairy Swede
    26 Feb 2015 | 2:59 pm
    There are colors north of the Arctic Circle that I did not know existed. Colors that I still do not have names for even after logging nearly 1000km across snow-covered landscapes.There’s a shade of blue that looks as if we melted silver onto a late night summer sky. It laps the shores of the Norwegian fjords as the sun reflects off the mountains rising up out of nothingness.There’s an orange that is pink. Or a pink that is orange. As if cherry blossoms were painted with the orange from a Colorado aspen in September and then strewn across the peaks of mountains so steep that only trolls…
  • "Escalator Temporarily Stairs. Sorry for the convenience."

    Hairy Swede
    20 Feb 2015 | 5:42 am
    Legs burning. Churning. Up. Down. Head up. Head down. Breathing. Through my nose. Through my mouth. Sweat beading. Legs burning. Churning. Every morning.This has been my life this week. I’m not training for a marathon or anything. Because as we all know, the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that running was a good thing. No, I’m jut trying to get to the library. The escalators at Östermalmstorg have been shut down since February 14, Alla hjärtans dag. That day, a day of love, roses, and chocolate, a woman was on the escalator when a step collapsed and her…
  • Swedish Holidays: Alla Hjärtans Dag

    Hairy Swede
    13 Feb 2015 | 6:02 am
    Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. It’s my favorite day of the year because I am a hopeless romantic and a strident capitalist. Or something like that. What better way than to smush two worldviews together and enjoy a pink and red day of chocolate and flowers?You may be surprised to know, that Valentine’s Day is not high on my personal rankings of holidays. It falls somewhere between Buy Nothing Day on November 29 and International Kissing Day on July 6. These are real things by the way. But what I’m trying to say here, in a forced attempt at being creative or funny, is that I don’t put…
  • How Many Degrees Does it Take to Get to the University? The World May Never Know...

    Hairy Swede
    11 Feb 2015 | 7:07 am
    In 2012, when I finished my MA, my parents gave me a coffee mug. White stoneware, the interior is a lovely sky blue color. The exterior of this lovely mug is adorned with a blue donkey overlaid with the word “Smart” in big, white, block letters. Smart. Donkey. Smart. Ass. Very cute. I don’t drink coffee.The assumption being that at some point, education turns into an overwrought sense of self, of entitlement, of privilege, of pretentiousness. For example, I just analyzed a gag-gift that my parents gave me. I think I’ve proved my point.Anyway, despite the mug, I kept going with my…
  • Stockholm Semla Season

    Hairy Swede
    3 Feb 2015 | 7:21 am
    “The last time I saw him, we had semlas. So, well, it must have been about a year ago," said the taller-than me, bespectacled Swede as he tried to place the event on the timeline of his life.In Sweden, time is measured by food. Not officially. It’s not like calendars were banned after the last Swedish witch craze in Mockfjärd in 1858, because witches. But you may find yourself walking around town thinking to yourself: I wonder if today is Thursday? Don’t worry, just stop by your local restaurant and ask them for dagens lunch. If it’s pea soup and pancakes, congratulations, it’s…
 
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    Swedish Language Blog

  • Super Scary Prepositions: Under

    Marcus Cederström
    16 Feb 2015 | 8:24 am
    This is the second post in the “Super Scary Prepositions” series. The first, written around Halloween inspired the name. Since prepositions are scary at any time of the year, I’m going to stick with the title and just call it a series. Anyway, if you missed the first one, it was about the preposition till and was, appropriately, titled: Super Scary Prepositions: Till. This time, let’s take a look at the preposition under. Under is actually a relatively simple preposition to deal with. Under, like so many prepositions, helps to indicate location and time. It also helps us…
  • What Does That Mean? Swedish Town Names

    Marcus Cederström
    10 Feb 2015 | 3:33 pm
    Since you’ve all been browsing IKEA’s website to improve your Swedish, you may have noticed that a lot of Swedish cities, towns, and villages have similar endings. Those endings actually mean something though. Let’s take a look at ten different endings that you may find while shopping IKEA or driving through the Swedish countryside: Borg: Borg means stronghold or even castle. With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that these towns and cities were at one point home to some sort of borg. Göteborg and Helsingborg are probably the best-known cities with the –borg ending. Fun…
  • Swedish grammar: Is it “han” or “honom”? The answer might not be what you think!

    Stephen Maconi
    6 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    A shopping street in Nyköping, Södermanland, Sweden. If you’ve lived in Sweden for any extended period of time, you may have noticed that there are plenty of dialects and plenty of personal, individual variants (so-called “ideolects”) of Swedish. One particular variation you might happen to notice is the use of han rather than honom as the third-person male object pronoun of a sentence. In plain English, that’s the word “him”. In Standard Swedish, the subject form “he” is han, while the object form “him” is honom. But some people…
  • Swedish Learning Techniques at IKEA

    Marcus Cederström
    27 Jan 2015 | 9:36 am
    At my friendly neighborhood IKEA, there is a sign staring back me when I leave, which is covered in green, yellow, and red smiley faces. The faces remind me of the best time to visit IKEA based on the number of people in the store. The red means super duper busy, the yellow super busy, and the green busy. Or something like that. I try to hit the green times to avoid the crowds. Fewer people means more time to browse and wander aimlessly—an easy thing to do in the massive stores. But wandering aimlessly in an IKEA (or clicking aimlessly on IKEA.se) can also be a good way to learn Swedish.
  • How to want in Swedish

    Stephen Maconi
    22 Jan 2015 | 5:26 am
    Hejsan hejsan! Human beings need and want all over the place. Consequently, one of the most basic and, frankly, most important things you can learn to say in a foreign language is “I want”. It’s simply something you want to know how to say! (ho ho) In Swedish, there are two easy ways to say “want”: att vilja and att vilja ha. The catch is this: there’s a difference! Let me explain. Vilja is used when you “want to [do something]”. In other words, vilja can only be followed by a verb in infinitive form. For example: Lotta vill springa ett…
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    Photos From Haninge

  • Tree stump

    2 Mar 2015 | 3:03 am
    There's a steep hill behind the house where I live. It's next to the school. As a kid, I'm guessing we were around 12 years old, we stole the flat and circular plastic lamp posts at said school and used them as sleds to go down that hill. It was kinda tricky because of all the trees. But great fun until you crashed into my parents living room wall. I walked up that hill yesterday and noticed that the neighbor had cut down a few trees on the top of the hill. Shot this with the new Canon zoom lens. Oh and an alternative title should of course have been Devils Tower!
  • Aging

    1 Mar 2015 | 3:45 am
    This is my mother Lillemor, or Lillan as she is often called. Born in December of 1938. The photo to the left dates back to around 1950. It is a black and white school photo that I colorised a few years ago. The snap to the right is a bit more recent. My mother battles the aging process (PD), as best she can with the help of me and my brother, and the daily visits from the home care offered by the municipality. She was born in Tungelsta and has lived here all her life. Her parents owned a greenhouse nursery and after marrying my father she started working in his greenhouse nursery. Theme Day…
  • Old Hinge

    28 Feb 2015 | 7:40 am
    There are several abandoned greenhouse nurseries in Tungelsta. This photo is from one of them. The place was known as Frideborg.
  • That Old Tree

    27 Feb 2015 | 1:24 am
    If you look at the last three photos I have posted of the old tree (February 21th), (February 12th), it is easy to see that we have gone from Winter to Spring in that short time. Although the weather in the last few days have not been very Spring like at all. Riding my bike home from the post office (no such thing these days of course, we pick up our parcels at a grocery store),yesterday, my face felt like I was on Greenland in the middle of a Winter storm. Hopefully it was worth the pain as I picked up a new Canon zoom lens!
  • Yellow crocus

    25 Feb 2015 | 3:14 pm
    It took a few days but here it is the first blooming spring flower at Bergdalen this year, a yellow crocus.
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    Anne's Food

  • Carrot Ginger Lemongrass Soup

    24 Feb 2015 | 5:54 am
    Carrot Soup with Cashews & Fetaserves 41 small onion, diced1 tbsp neutral oil700 g carrots, sliced2 lemongrass stalks1 tbsp grated fresh ginger75 ml cashew nuts, raw (a large handful)75 ml red lentils1,2 litre watersaltToppings:crumbled feta cheesecashew nuts, toasted and coarsely choppedfresh coriandercrispy baconFry the shalotts(or onion in the oil, on medium heat. When it looks transclucent, add carrots, cashews and lentils as well as ginger and lemongrass.  After a few minutes, add the water.Turn the heat up to high and bring to a boil. Then, cover with a lid, lower the heat and…
  • Banana Ice Cream

    22 Feb 2015 | 5:50 am
    Have you tried banana ice cream? You know, the kind with.. bananas. And just bananas? I'm sure you have, I feel very late to this particular party. I do freeze my over-ripe banana slices, but I often end up tossing them out at a later date. A few nights ago though, my kids asked - totally out of the blue - for banana ice cream. I looked at the giant super-strong Oster Versa blender, I remembered my banana slices, and said "sure!"So basically you toss frozen bananas in a blender, and go. I added a spoonful of cream to facilitate the blending, because without it, I mostly had a frozen banana…
  • Kladdkakemuffins

    20 Feb 2015 | 5:47 am
    In the ongoing series, "weird Swedish fika"... no, let me start this over. Ok. Kladdkaka. That's essentially a brownie, and it's the first thing Swedish kids bake on their own. (At least I figure it is. It's easy enough.) Someone figured that this wasn't easy enough, or not cute enough, and then used muffin tins to make "kladdkakemuffins" which translates to "sticky cake muffins" and is essentially.. brownies in muffin tins.Anyway. They're good.  Make some. Serve warm, with ice cream or whipped cream.Kladdkakemuffins(brownie muffins) 8 large-ish servings100 g melted butter2 eggs220…
  • Some food news

    12 Feb 2015 | 4:57 am
    I've tried out some new things lately and thought I'd show some of them to you! Biggest one first - the Oster Versa! It's a real powerblender, that can make anything from smoothies to soups - it even heats the soups! I've only tried a few fruit blends so far, but I will definitely experiment further. Size-wise, it's huge! Yet it's pretty light, at least compared to my KitchenAid blender - probably because the jug is plastic. Have you tried one? Do let me know any tips and tricks!These two photos are from a press lunch event I went to at Viking Line - the ferry cruise company famous for their…
  • Baked Chicken Curry

    11 Feb 2015 | 2:16 am
    My friend Dagmar makes this awesome chicken curry frequently, and I've had it at her house. She has, however, moved across the country and our dinners will be less frequent, unfortunately. She does however make weekly menus and post to Instagram, and she gladly shares her recipes. So a few nights ago, we made her curry, and felt a little bit closer.This recipe marinates over night which I feel makes it perfect and very convenient - but you have to prepare.I made a few adaptions, feel free to make your own. Also feel free to ignore my hideous photo, I don't know what happened...Baked Chicken…
 
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    Blog of Ronnestam

  • A prototype – SJ and a journey into the future

    ronnestam
    2 Mar 2015 | 11:26 pm
    You might have seen the post I’ve written about prototyping. An innovation process I’ve developed in order to help global brands understand their future...
  • The Story Of BAUX Acoustic Panels

    ronnestam
    26 Jan 2015 | 10:42 pm
    About a year ago in February 2014 one of my entrepreneurial creations was introduced. Upon my initiative, me, Fredrik Franzon, and the founding partners of...
  • Decemberöverenskommelsen är en Berlinmur.

    ronnestam
    29 Dec 2014 | 1:09 am
    Jag skriver sällan om politik (förutom här) men efter att Nya Moderaterna, Socialdemokraterna, Miljöpartiet, Centerpartiet, Folkpartiet och Kristdemokraterna den 27 december presenterade den så kallade Decemberöverenskommelsen...
  • Ten Principles of Future Branding

    ronnestam
    1 Dec 2014 | 6:21 am
    The other day I read a great post by Joshua Porter on the Principles of Product Design. It’s an area that I’m very fond...
  • Case: Branding the Volvo Ocean Race – The worlds finest off shore race

    ronnestam
    11 Oct 2014 | 2:24 am
    Today at 14:00 CEST one of the worlds most challenging adventures and sport events starts – The Volvo Ocean Race, and I’m really proud to...
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