From Easter bread to roasted lamb, discover the foods that families and friends join together to eat for Easter Sunday all around the world.
A holiday celebrated every December 13th in nordic countries, Lucia Day is greatly looked forward to during the chilly winter months.
This classic cookie recipe has a little surprise when you bite inside: a delicious, melted fudge center. In case you’ve run out of fudge, feel free to swap the filling with any other. Our favorites include jam, chocolate, peanut butter, or fruit paste.
From epic desserts to full-on smörgåsbords, our community delivered incredible recipes from the Sweden Box that left us completely speechless! Sweden has been our sweetest month yet, and we are so proud to present our 6 favorite recipes straight from our awesome community!
During the months of May and June, we’re sending Try The World subscribers the Sweden Box. Curated by Chef Emma Bengtsson and filled with incredible treats from Sweden, it’s one of our most popular boxes to date! To celebrate its release, we teamed up with Sockerbit, a Swedish candy store in New York City to host our launch event.
Despite their namesake, pannkakor are actually more like crêpes than pancakes. Thin and delicate in flavor, they’re a great base for a variety of toppings, including butter and powdered sugar, jam, or the lingonberry preserves from the Sweden Box.
As it turns out, many of our favorite songs are products of Sweden, but you’d never guess since so many are sung in English, played in bars, or on Top 40 lists! Here, music expert Akornefa Akyea takes us on a catchy, musical journey as we discover the incredible sounds of Sweden.
This little coffee break that we’ve come to know as fika is one of the most quintessential Swedish traditions. Whether doing fika alone or with friends, at home or in the office, the most important thing is that everyone enjoy it at least once during the day. Read on to discover what local Swedes enjoy during their own fika coffee breaks.
Kladdkaka (a literal translation of sticky cake in Swedish) is one of the most popular accompaniments to the traditional fika coffee break. True to its name, kladdkaka is crisp on the outside and almost runny on the inside.
No wonder everyone loves the mustard from the Sweden Box: husband and wife duo Olle and Liss Ellas are obsessed with mustard and know everything about it. From selecting the particular variety of seeds they harvest to preparing the condiment with the right blend of seasonings, it’s their incredible attention to detail that makes Liss Ellas mustard so special. Here’s the story behind the brand.