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Title:
Scandikitchen Christmas : recipes and traditions from Scandinavia
ISBN:
9781788790253
Physical Description:
159 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
General Note:
Includes index.
Contents:
Intro; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; The Scandi Christmas Pantry; Advent Gatherings; Feature: Advent in Scandinavia; Biscuits and Edible Gifts; Christmas Eve; Feature: Christmas Eve Traditions; The Yule Smörgåsbord; Feature: The Christmas Table; Christmas Breads; Cakes and Desserts; Index; Acknowledgements
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Anyone who has ever been in Scandinavian in December will know that Scandinavians really love Christmas. From huddling up in candlelit snowed-in cottages to consuming glögg at every opportunity, Christmas is peak-hygge season all over Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Everything reverts back to tradition once Advent Sunday has come along. From saffron scented bakes to "gingerbread spice in everything!," Christmas is the time to break the never-ending darkness with edible treats and joyful feelings. Scandinavians visit friends and families taking along something home baked to share. They have Jul-Smörgåsbord parties where old and young celebrate with a spread of traditional dishes and delicacies. Everything they do for Jul is centred around food, tradition, and home comforts. --Provided by publisher.
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Anyone who has ever been in Scandinavian in December will know that Scandinavians really love Christmas. From huddling up in candlelit snowed-in cottages to consuming glögg at every opportunity, Christmas is peak-hygge season all over Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Everything reverts back to tradition once Advent Sunday has come along.

From saffron scented bakes to "gingerbread spice in everything!", Christmas is the time to break the never-ending darkness with edible treats and joyful feelings. Scandinavians visit friends and families taking along something home baked to share. They have Jul-Smörgåsbord parties where old and young celebrate with a spread of traditional dishes and delicacies. Everything they do for Jul is centred around food, tradition, and home comforts.

Join Bronte and feel the warmth, even when it's cold outside!


Author Notes

Brontë Aurell is a Danish entrepreneur, restaurateur and cook. Together with her Swedish husband Jonas, she runs the acclaimed ScandiKitchen Café and shop in central London. Brontë and her food have also featured on BBC Radio, Channel 4 and Danish TV. She lives in London with Jonas and their two young daughters.


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