This Month We’re Traveling to Sweden!

Today’s the day! May 1st marks the launch of Try The World’s first-ever Sweden Box, curated by Chef Emma Bengtsson of Aquavit in New York City. We’re thrilled to share the incredible cuisine of this country with you. If you still need to subscribe, be sure to follow the link below. And in the meantime, here’s a sneak preview of what you’ll be receiving.

About the box

Famous for its vast, frozen wilderness, untouched forests, and countless islands, Sweden is quickly becoming a top culinary destination. This month, curating chef Emma Bengtsson shares two of Sweden’s most treasured culinary traditions with you: smörgåsbord (the Swedish buffet) and fika (the daily coffee ritual).

The curating chef

Originally from a small town on Sweden’s western coast, Chef Emma Bengtsson grew up learning the secrets of Nordic cuisine from her grandmother. After discovering her talent for pastries and working at a variety of notable restaurants in Sweden, she moved to New York and led Aquavit to become a two-star Michelin restaurant as its executive chef.

What’s inside

The Sweden Box contains 8 of the most quintessential Swedish pantry items. Notable mentions include an award-winning mustard made with local mustard seeds (so delicious, we’re tempted to eat it straight from the jar), elderflower saft syrup (an amazing addition to cocktails and other drinks), and coffee (what’s a fika coffee break without coffee?).

How to use the box

Chef Bengtsson shows you how to prepare and host an authentic smörgåsbord, complete with salmon toasts, a cheese-and-charcuterie plate, and potato dumplings. Her easiest recipes are included in the Culture Guide, and to make the full smörgåsbord as pictured in the Culture Guide, check out the other recipes in the magazine. Chef Bengtsson also shows you how to experience fika, the famous Swedish coffee break, with the coffee, cookies, licorice, and fudge from the box!

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