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  • Roses are red

    Photos From Haninge
    24 Nov 2014 | 3:01 pm
    I guess this red rose has to be a repeat bloomer. No sunshine at all in November so I was surprised to find it in a flowerbed at an apartment building in Handen a couple of days ago. I walked into the flowerbed to get the close-up with the pancace lens which a guy that walked by thought was very funny. Be sure to shoot the mushroom as well was his advice. I didn't take him up on it as the fungi in question was smelly and very dead!
  • Train Travelin'

    A Swedish American in Sweden
    Hairy Swede
    24 Nov 2014 | 7:33 am
    The expected departure time just kept changing. Later and later and later. It was cold, I had walked thirty minutes in the rain (without help of a map and without getting lost, I’ll have you know). I had three bags, one of which had four very dead, very frozen ducks in it. I didn’t want to haul everything back into the warmth of the station, not when the departure time was only being updated in five to ten minute increments, leaving me with a sense of hope.Finally, with little fanfare, the train rolled into the station about 35 minutes late. I’ve come to expect delays whenever I travel,…
  • The Price is the Difference

    Photos From Haninge
    26 Nov 2014 | 1:42 am
    That is the slogan used by ÖoB, a discount store chain. This is the backside to their store in Haninge, and the side you see when arriving to Handen on road 260. Should be enough to scare away anyone me thinks. They do sell a lot of paint so I think they should buy some and fix the façade. And maybe even put up a sign.
  • Sweden rallies behind women in Ukraine

    The Local
    26 Nov 2014 | 3:59 pm
    Sweden's Foreign Minister Margot Wallström is making her first visit to Ukraine, where she has urged leaders to press on with efforts to support women and cut corruption as tensions continue in the east of the country.
  • Will hated dating coach reach Sweden

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    25 Nov 2014 | 1:48 pm
    A viral campaign to stop controversial US dating coach visiting Sweden appeared to have been successful on Tuesday, when scheduled tour dates disappeared from Julian Blanc's ...
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  • Sweden rallies behind women in Ukraine

    26 Nov 2014 | 3:59 pm
    Sweden's Foreign Minister Margot Wallström is making her first visit to Ukraine, where she has urged leaders to press on with efforts to support women and cut corruption as tensions continue in the east of the country.
  • Immigrant graduate jobs on the rise in Sweden

    26 Nov 2014 | 12:26 pm
    It is getting easier for foreign-born graduates to find a job in Sweden, according to the country's Employment Service, which says it has seen a jump in the percentage of immigrants scoring roles that require a university degree or college education.
  • Hospital in 'fairyland' tax haven claims

    26 Nov 2014 | 11:20 am
    An estimated 1.3 billion kronor of taxpayers money set aside to build Sweden's most advanced hospital is alleged to have been channelled to a tax haven in Luxembourg by the companies behind the project.
  • Christmas sun sought by record numbers

    26 Nov 2014 | 9:40 am
    A record number of Swedes are leaving the country to go away on holiday for Christmas, with sunny destinations like the Canary Islands and old favourite Thailand proving most popular.
  • Top ten Swedish Christmas presents

    26 Nov 2014 | 9:39 am
    Christmas shopping is a challenge every year. If you're looking for something particularly Swedish with a special touch, it can be even harder. Here is The Local's own guide to top Christmas gifts of the year.
 
 
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  • Sweden rallies behind women in Ukraine - The Local.se

    26 Nov 2014 | 7:20 am
    The Local.seSweden rallies behind women in UkraineThe Local.seAs well as using the trip to meet with Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko, Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Sweden's Social Democrat Foreign Minister Margot Wallström is targeting what she describes as "strong
  • Immigrant graduate jobs on the rise in Sweden - The Local.se

    26 Nov 2014 | 3:38 am
    The Local.seImmigrant graduate jobs on the rise in SwedenThe Local.seIt is getting easier for foreign-born graduates to find a job in Sweden, according to the country's Employment Service, which says it has seen a jump in the percentage of immigrants scoring roles that require a university degree or college education.
  • How to stay stylish in Sweden in November - The Local.se

    26 Nov 2014 | 1:44 am
    The Local.seHow to stay stylish in Sweden in NovemberThe Local.seIt's hard to flaunt your favourite fashions when the November skies are unrelentingly bleak even by Swedish standards. But fashion doesn't have to be a victim of Scandinavia's chilly weather, as The Local discovers on the streets of Stockholm.and more »
  • 'Prison is not for punishment in Sweden. We get people into better shape' - The Guardian

    26 Nov 2014 | 12:00 am
    The Guardian'Prison is not for punishment in Sweden. We get people into better shape'The GuardianÖberg says: “A politician who tried something like that in Sweden would be thrown out of office. It would be a breach of our constitution – in our system that is the forbidden area. When we exercise authority over individuals, a politician cannot and more »
  • Stray dog taken to Sweden after epic trek around Ecuador - Radio 1

    25 Nov 2014 | 9:42 pm
    Radio 1Stray dog taken to Sweden after epic trek around EcuadorRadio 1They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. It seems that applies to dogs too. As four Swedish athletes sat down to eat some canned meatballs ahead of a dangerous rainforest trek in Ecuador, they gave one to a stray pooch. That dog - who Arthur the stray dog gets entry to Sweden after amazing raceSBSStray dog starts new life in Sweden after incredible journey from Amazon Telegraph.co.ukDog Follows Athletes Through Mud And Water, And Melts HeartsNPR (blog)The Local.se -WPTVall 113 news…
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  • America's Cup World Series coming to Sweden - Scuttlebutt Sailing News

    26 Nov 2014 | 5:59 am
    Scuttlebutt Sailing NewsAmerica's Cup World Series coming to SwedenScuttlebutt Sailing NewsArtemis Racing and the City of Gothenburg will host an America's Cup World Series event on August 28-30, 2015. The America's Cup World Series is the first stage of competition in the 35th America's Cup. Beginning in the summer of 2015, the circuit will ...America's Cup: Portsmouth to host preparation eventsBBC NewsGothenburg to host America's Cup World Series event in 2015BYM News (press release)all 93 news articles »
  • Sweden Trade Balance Turns To Deficit In October - RTT News

    26 Nov 2014 | 2:15 am
    Sweden Trade Balance Turns To Deficit In OctoberRTT NewsSweden's foreign trade balance showed a deficit in October as imports grew faster than exports, figures from Statistics Sweden showed Wednesday. The trade balance turned to a deficit of SEK 0.2 billion in October from a surplus of SEK 1.7 billion in ...and more »
  • Sweden Economic Confidence Weakens In November - RTT News

    26 Nov 2014 | 1:23 am
    Sweden Economic Confidence Weakens In NovemberRTT NewsSweden's economic sentiment weakened more than expected in November as all indicators deteriorated somewhat, except for manufacturing, survey data from the National Institute of Economic Research showed Wednesday. The economic tendency ...
  • NHL notes: Donald Brashear to play for Sweden's Modo - Chatham Daily News

    25 Nov 2014 | 9:53 pm
    Chatham Daily NewsNHL notes: Donald Brashear to play for Sweden's ModoChatham Daily NewsWashington Capitals' Donald Brashear lands a punch to the side of the head of George Parros of the Anaheim Ducks during their fight in the first period of their NHL game in Washington on December 8, 2006. (Reuters) ...and more »
  • Simply Sweden joins AITO and reveals winter adventures for 2015 - Travel Daily News International

    25 Nov 2014 | 1:09 am
    Simply Sweden joins AITO and reveals winter adventures for 2015Travel Daily News InternationalChris Graham, of Simply Sweden, said: “We are delighted to have been accepted into membership of AITO. The organisation sets the bar very high for customer satisfaction – across choice, quality and service. We pride ourselves on our small team's in
 
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  • Westinghouse Sweden Continues to Fuel Fi ...

    26 Nov 2014 | 3:11 am
    Westinghouse Electric Company today announced that it has been selected by Teollisuuden Voima Oyj in Finland to provide replacement nuclear fuel deliveries for their reactors at the Olkiluoto Nuclear Power Plant. The contract includes yearly deliveries of fuel for one unit during the four-year period of 2016 to 2019.
  • Drunk groom spat on plane's passengers

    26 Nov 2014 | 12:01 am
    A Thomas Cook plane is seen at Arlanda Airport in Stockholm, Sweden. Mohammed Khelya, 22, and his wife were among 311 passengers on board a Thomas Cook flight to Cuba when his drunken rant prompted the pilot to make an unscheduled landing in Bermuda.
  • Man shot dead in Stockholm 'execution'

    25 Nov 2014 | 10:56 pm
    A 32-year-old man has been shot dead in his car in Stockholm, with witnesses describing the attack as a brutal killing. The man was gunned down on Tuesday evening in the Sollentuna suburb.
  • SNTF protein can predict severity of post-concussion symptoms in professional athletes

    25 Nov 2014 | 10:56 pm
    New Penn Medicine research has found that elevated levels in the blood of the brain-enriched protein calpain-cleaved I II-spectrin N-terminal fragment, known as SNTF, shortly after sports-related concussion can predict the severity of post-concussion symptoms in professional athletes. The complete findings were released today in the Journal of Neurotrauma .
  • Patients at emergency departments regarded as 'symptoms,' researcher says

    25 Nov 2014 | 7:56 pm
    The healthcare work of providing care at Emergency departments is medicalized and result-driven. As a consequence of this, patients are regarded as "symptoms", and are shunted around the department as "production units", new research suggests.
 
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  • Quezon City 2014 - Week 1

    Ahoy!
    8 Nov 2014 | 9:43 am
    Driving through Manila on the way to QC from NAIA airportQuezon City, Philippines14°38′ N 121°2′ ETime 22:55, Temperature 28° CThere are almost three million people living in Quezon City, the largest city in Metro Manila. For perspective, my mid-sized city of Norrköping celebrated its 135,000 resident this year, Emil. This same year, the Philippines celebrated its 100th millionth baby, which its parents named Chonalynlyn. It seems that there may have been a few more hundred thousand people living here since my last visit two years ago, if you’re to judge by the number of cars, the…
  • Holy moly! Not been here since June?

    Ahoy!
    19 Oct 2014 | 6:26 am
    In the past, I've already started a few blog entries trying to excuse myself for the lack of updates. So this time let me just begin by reassuring any patient followers and blog-lurkers out there. I'm not dead yet! Yay! And... I'm back to blogging.Feel free to clap!Yes, I realized that there's are still actually good reasons to keep this blog alive. Logging small stories of my life and adventures in this sometimes strange land, keeping the sense of wonder alive through my thoughts of feelings of big and small experiences – this genre is still nothing that Facebook can beat.Also, I kind of…
  • What's up, doc?

    Ahoy!
    6 Jun 2014 | 4:16 am
    Here I am reporting from the other side of the PhD-tunnel. I’m back from some months’ worth of well-deserved freedom with only job-seeking activities to constrain me. Hah!For the past few months, I’ve been living through a strange combination of being free and yet being somehow very busy. Being free from work is definitely underrated! People should try it more often if they can. In the first month of joblessness I felt the immense freedom of nobody telling me what to do with my day. No more waking up thinking of the day’s work tasks! – at least for an undetermined amount of time. I…
  • Hoooorah! Yehey! Whee! Whoohoo!

    Ahoy!
    27 Mar 2014 | 4:47 pm
    I want to write about something before many of the small memories and mental pictures fade from my brain, before I go on vacation and get loads of other impressions from this spring. I’d likely not forget the factual details about this event. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime thing. The memory of it – and its implications in my life – will be a part of me forever. But certainly, sooner or later, some of the feelings and memories connected to that moment might feel less concrete after a while. So I write in a way that travelers write about their travels: because I want to be able to look back…
  • What pensioners do in the city graveyard at night

    Ahoy!
    2 Mar 2014 | 1:12 pm
    a.k.a. Photo session turned into mom and dad's first snowball fight! Mom and dad arrived yesterday afternoon in time for my thesis defense, which will be later this month. In both their earlier visits (which had been in spring and autumn), they had hoped to see snow but missed it. They even stayed until early November on their latest visit, hoping that autumn would turn into winter. Of course each season have its charm — they saw budding flowers and tasted pine tree sprouts; and they experienced mushroom picking and loved looking at flocks of Canada geese — but winter is special…
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  • the rare bobbaloo hyacinth

    25 Nov 2014 | 1:48 pm
    This is my first hyacinth of winter season 2014. It's the rare specimen called bobbaloo hyacinth, as gorgeous in scent as it is in colour and natural appearance. Its scent have made me so very happy in the pink office for a couple of weeks now. Who needs scented candles or fabulastic body lotions and potions when you have hyacinths? This particular pink colour and tint is new to me and
  • when george clooney helped prosit set new professional goals

    24 Nov 2014 | 3:15 am
    I'm currently seeing a coach. Not because I saw an imminent need for one but because an acquaintance of mine, who's an HR-manager, is taking a coaching course and she was looking for clients to practice with. Since it was four sessions for free and I've sadly been forced to reform parts of my dreams and goals this year I thought it would be a good thing for me too. What do I want with my
  • happy 12th birthday, sigrid ~

    23 Nov 2014 | 12:39 pm
    What can I say other than I'm struly sorry I missed saying happy birthday to you on your actually birthday yesterday, November 22nd. Apart from being the oldest of the cats in this residence now you're a gentle soul, kind and quiet. You've been a superb caring, sweet mother and grandmother. And I think you've enjoyed sharing home with us, the rest of the feline herd as well as all those years
  • creamy pasta sauce with asparagus and vegan ham

    22 Nov 2014 | 9:11 am
    I don't each much pasta but recently I've become very fond of this easy, creamy way of doing pasta sauce and just put whatever veggies and vegan proteing you have at home in it. It's delicious whatever you chose to add to the sauce. Today I went with vegan ham from Astrid och aporna (Astrid and the monkeys, same brand that makes my new vegan cheese favourite Jeezly) - not that I usually enjoy
  • little miss lens louse presenting ~ the november 2014 bath & body works batch

    21 Nov 2014 | 2:58 pm
    There's something about Ztina. Whatever one's doing she's there within seconds taking it for granted she's a natural part of everything, everywhere in this residence. I strongly suspect she's a cat version of Little Loaf. Just more agile. I will from now on call her Little Miss Lens Louse, as Little White, Sister Snow and such doesn't really capture her essence somehow. She even, apparently,
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    A Swedish American in Sweden

  • Train Travelin'

    Hairy Swede
    24 Nov 2014 | 7:33 am
    The expected departure time just kept changing. Later and later and later. It was cold, I had walked thirty minutes in the rain (without help of a map and without getting lost, I’ll have you know). I had three bags, one of which had four very dead, very frozen ducks in it. I didn’t want to haul everything back into the warmth of the station, not when the departure time was only being updated in five to ten minute increments, leaving me with a sense of hope.Finally, with little fanfare, the train rolled into the station about 35 minutes late. I’ve come to expect delays whenever I travel,…
  • Cub Scouts in Stockholm

    Hairy Swede
    20 Nov 2014 | 3:37 pm
    I am a failed Boy Scout. That’s not true, I never actually made it to the Boy Scouts. I quit after Webelos. It was a good run. A run filled with plenty of Cub Scout meetings. Aside from the Pinewood Derby, I remember three things: our den leader nearly burning down his garage, learning to change a flat tire, and playing Nightmare on Sesame Street with a child-sized play set.There are probably several things you think I should remember from those days. Like how to read a map. Or a compass. How to build a fire. Maybe how to tie several different knots. Survival skills.I don’t remember those…
  • I’m So Hungry I Could Eat a Horse

    Hairy Swede
    14 Nov 2014 | 4:15 am
    It's Friday. Don't forget your horsemeat. From the January 22, 1920 issue of Arbetarbladet.Horsemeat. Beautiful horsemeat.This beautiful horsemeat was for sale every Friday and Saturday back in 1919 and 1920 in Gävle, Sweden, according to a recurring ad in the newspaper Arbetarbladet. I don’t know how long this ad ran. My research has nothing to do with advertisements, the food being eaten by or marketed to the working class, nor does it have anything to do with horsemeat. That being said, the phrase “Horsemeat. Beautiful horsemeat.” will apparently catch my attention in Swedish.
  • Sandwich Cake WTF?

    Hairy Swede
    7 Nov 2014 | 6:55 am
    “smörgåstårta. wtf is this? you cant put a sandwhich on a cake! *explain further*”That is an actual email I received several years ago while teaching Swedish. I haven’t changed a single thing. That’s a copy and paste job right there. And I know you’re supposed to cite your sources, but I’m not citing this student. It’s best for everyone involved.In a stroke of pedagogical genius, I just sent this student links to the Wikipedia page in English AND in Swedish. See? A learning opportunity.I don’t necessarily expect super formal emails to be sent to me when I teach. Especially…
  • Express Disenfranchisement

    Hairy Swede
    4 Nov 2014 | 1:13 pm
    Everyone is voting back home. Colorado and Wisconsin both have some important elections today. My Facebook feed is choked with people exhorting everyone to vote. It’s a good idea. In general. Although, there’s something to be said for abstaining. In fact, Stan from South Park said it: “No, I think voting is great, but, if I have to choose between a douche and a turd, I just don't see the point.”So if you’re stuck choosing between a douche and a turd, do what you want.Of course, I actually tried voting today. From Sweden. But I have been disenfranchised! Kind of. I shouldn’t joke…
 
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  • Thanksgiving Foods in Swedish

    Marcus Cederström
    26 Nov 2014 | 4:20 am
    That’s an American Thanksgiving in Sweden back in 2003. Notice the artistic angle of the photo. American Thanksgiving is coming up. It’s the fourth Thursday of November (since 1941). There’s plenty to be said about the holiday in the US, both good and bad – there’s the consumerism that has bled over from Black Friday into the actual holiday, there’s the origins of the holiday itself, the romanticization of a coming together of the American Indians and the Pilgrims, which was (and isn’t) so simple and there’s also family, food, and football. Sweden doesn’t celebrate…
  • Swedish Grammar: General and specific “this”

    Steve
    3 Nov 2014 | 5:02 am
    Mmmmm! Hallå mina vänner! I had thought I was done with my series on demonstrative pronouns in Swedish, but I noticed a comment at the last minute with a great question that I decided deserved a full post. You might notice when listening to Swedish that when a person is presenting something new, they will use det här, even if what they are presenting is of common gender (“n-gender”), in constructions such as this: Det här är en hund. − This is a dog. Det här is the neuter gender (“t-gender”) form of den här, which means “this”. (More about den här…
  • Super Scary Prepositions: Till

    Marcus Cederström
    31 Oct 2014 | 7:03 am
    It’s Halloween. A time for super scary creatures. And super scary parts of grammar. Nothing scares me more than prepositions. I hate them. There, I said it. I hate prepositions. I mess them up in Swedish and English. And I’ve been speaking both of those languages for a lot of years. A lot of teachers might cringe at what I’m about to write because some people believe you should avoid saying that things you’re teaching are difficult, but there’s no point in lying: prepositions are hard and they never seem to have any rules. Of course, that’s not entirely true. The rule part at…
  • Swedish Grammar: This and that, Part 3

    Steve
    29 Oct 2014 | 5:31 am
    Mmmmm! Hej på dig! I’m back with Swedish Grammar: This and that, Part 3. In parts 1 and 2, I explained two different ways to say “this” in Swedish. Now it’s time to explain “that”. If you recall from Part 1, the first way I taught you how to say “this” was den här. Den här is used for common or “n-gender” nouns. Det här is used for neuter or “t-gender” nouns, and de här is used for all plural nouns, regardless of gender. To say “that”, you basically just take each of these forms and replace här with där. So, for common gender…
  • Answering Yes and No Questions in Swedish

    Marcus Cederström
    27 Oct 2014 | 9:12 am
    Det is an important word in Swedish. It’s a common word with a lot of uses and a few different meanings. If you missed Steve’s posts about this and that, definitely click on through to find out more about how det is used: Swedish Grammar: This and that, Part 1 Swedish Grammar: This and that, Part 2 Det can also be used when answering yes and no questions in Swedish. As you become more comfortable with the language, you’re going to find that you want to nuance your speech more. One way of doing that is to fine-tune how you respond to people when answering questions. Many students first…
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    Photos From Haninge

  • The Price is the Difference

    26 Nov 2014 | 1:42 am
    That is the slogan used by ÖoB, a discount store chain. This is the backside to their store in Haninge, and the side you see when arriving to Handen on road 260. Should be enough to scare away anyone me thinks. They do sell a lot of paint so I think they should buy some and fix the façade. And maybe even put up a sign.
  • Roses are red

    24 Nov 2014 | 3:01 pm
    I guess this red rose has to be a repeat bloomer. No sunshine at all in November so I was surprised to find it in a flowerbed at an apartment building in Handen a couple of days ago. I walked into the flowerbed to get the close-up with the pancace lens which a guy that walked by thought was very funny. Be sure to shoot the mushroom as well was his advice. I didn't take him up on it as the fungi in question was smelly and very dead!
  • A clever clover photo

    24 Nov 2014 | 1:45 am
    It has been an unusual warm Autumn. With no sunshine at all in November. But as I try to bike year round, I will not complain too much. This clover, known as Skogsklöver normally blooms in August. I spotted it by the side of a bike path at Hanveden and decided to try an artistic photo of it by including my Steel Horse in the background.
  • Airstream4u

    22 Nov 2014 | 3:06 pm
    German food truck serving American food outside a Swedish mall in Handen. And no, I didn't try it out. Maybe next time. But they are out on a road-trip so I might have missed my chance.
  • Cell Tower

    22 Nov 2014 | 3:05 am
    I got my first smartphone earlier this year. A Samsung. And now I have upgraded to a new version. All thanks to my brother who passes on his old phones to me! I don't play games on it, I mostly read the news and check my emails with it. There are many mobile cell towers in my area, and this is one of them at Söderby in Handen. I did a search and found that there are 100 towers in my area. Quite a difference from when my family first moved to Tungelsta. My great grandparents had an easy telephone number. 1. That was 100 years ago. Times have changed.
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    Anne's Food

  • Farfalle alla Bourbon

    17 Nov 2014 | 1:32 am
    Last time I made this, I didn't manage to get a photo before it was all gone, so this time I made sure to remedy that. A version of this recipe has been posted before, but it's so delicious I hope you'll stand to repeat it.Farfalle alla Bourbonserves 4-6500 g farfalle pasta1/2 tbsp olive oil140 g bacon1/2 tsp chili flakes50 ml (or so) bourbon3 tbsp tomato purée200 ml water (or so)1-200 ml creamlarge handful grated parmesan cheeseCook your pasta in plenty of salted water.Dice your bacon finely, and cook in the olive oil until slightly crispy along with the chili flakes. Do this in a large…
  • A quick snack

    13 Nov 2014 | 1:29 am
    Here's what we had for dinner a few weeks ago. Slices of baguette spread with a softened blue cheese and then topped with onions and mushrooms that had been fried with a splash of balsamic vinegar and plenty of black pepper. © Anne's Food, all rights reserved.
  • Tosca Cake Extra Delux

    10 Nov 2014 | 1:27 am
    A Tosca cake is basically a pound cake with a nut-caramel topping. My dad's favorite, and I make sure to bake him one every now and then. I like to vary the toppings, and this one had sliced almonds, chopped almonds, pecans and coconut which was a particularly successful combination! I hope you'll give it a try!Tosca Cake Extra Delux2 eggs125 g sugar100 g flour1 tsp baking powder100 g butter2 tbsp creamTopping:50 g butter100 g sugar2 tbsp cream2 tbsp flour50 g flaked almonds50 g chopped almonds50 g pecans, chopped50 g coconut flakesPreheat the oven to 175°C. Butter and flour a springform…
  • Daniel Lindeberg Bageri & Konditori

    6 Nov 2014 | 1:22 am
    Daniel Lindeberg is perhaps most well known for being half of the super successful restaurant Frantzen/Lindeberg, which gained two Michelin stars in as many years. The restaurant is now just Frantzen, and Lindeberg has moved on to other ventures. His latest is a bakery and pastry shop in Orminge, (Facebook page here.) which is a small suburb in Nacka kommun. Most excellent news for me, as this is just ten minutes from my house. And he is one very talented baker and pastry chef.I've visited twice so far and have tried a variety of breads. All very delicious and I can't wait to visit more…
  • Nutella Chocolate Balls

    3 Nov 2014 | 1:19 am
    Yet another version of the Swedish favorite - chokladbollar, or chocolate balls. This is a particularly rich and delicious variety with nutella (or other hazelnut-chocolate spread) in addition to the other ingredients. 100 g butter, softened80 g Nutella or similar50 g powdered sugar50 g coconut flakes180 g oatmeal2 tbsp cocoa powder2 tbsp espresso 1 tbsp golden syrup1 tsp vanilla powderPinch of saltBeat together butter, nutella and powdered sugar. Stir in the sugar, coconut flakes, oatmeal, cocoa, espresso, syrup, vanilla and salt and mix to a firm batter.Shape into small balls, and roll…
 
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