Simple Swedish Kladdkaka

Simple Swedish Kladdkaka

If you haven’t tried a genuine Swedish kladdkaka you ought to make this one! Kladdkaka is similar to an  American brownie but an all-time Swedish f...

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Subtly Sweet Saft

Subtly Sweet Saft

Fika time in Sweden practically always includes saft for the younger ones or those who don’t drink coffee. And of course with it comes an assortmen...

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Swedish Choc Balls

Swedish Choc Balls

This is an all time Swedish childhood favorite!  Growing up, we made this popular Swedish sweet countless times! “Choklad bollar” can be purchased ...

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Cleaning vs Disinfecting

Cleaning vs Disinfecting

Are paper towels running out of stock in your local stores? We have a longer lasting, reusable replacement for you. Our Wet-it! cloths!   Durin...

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Keeping a Tidy Kitchen

Keeping a Tidy Kitchen

The kitchen is a busy, busy location in the house. Hard to keep it clean? There are some tips here how to keep it simple and tidy in the midst of a...

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Mamma's Swedish apple pie

Mamma's Swedish apple pie

Growing up in the Swedish countryside, there was always an abundance of apples in late summer and fall. We always had multiple apple, pear, and plu...

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Fresh Swedish Cucumber Salad

Fresh Swedish Cucumber Salad

The cucumber is included in many Swedish meals. The most common kind in Sweden is what is generally called the English cucumber here. It is fairly ...

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It's picnic time!

It's picnic time!

In Sweden, summer days are long, cool and bright. After a long dark and cold winter, everyone wants to move outdoors and spend all their time in th...

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Sweet Lemonade

Sweet Lemonade

As the days are getting hotter it is so nice to have something sweet and refreshing to sip on. We had some leftover lemons from one of our dinners ...

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