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Swedish Cakes and Cookies (Sju sorters kakor)

Rasmusson, Birgitta - Editor Known in Sweden as "Sju sorters kakor,"
this little book is a modern classic. It has featured cookies, cakes, breads, tortes and other delights of the Swedish cake table since 1945. Available in English for the first time, this book has been modernized and improved over the years. Today’s edition, with almost 300 recipes, is a combination of new, modern cakes and pastries, as well as classic favorites. Full-color photographs on every page will inspire even the most reluctant baker to whip up a batch or two of Swedish cookies!
 
$21.95
192 pages. Hardcover.

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Swedish Breads and Pastries

Hedh, Jan
Swedish sweetbreads, crisp breads, savory loaves, and pastrie--this beautifully illustrated cookbook has it all. Jan Hedh believes that everyone should have the opportunity to enjoy freshly baked bread for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! More than just a collection of recipes, this guide contains vivid, full-color photographs of step-by-step methods to knead, roll, braid, cut, and bake dough into a variety of shapes and styles. From dinner rolls and pudding to baguettes and waffles, Swedish Breads and Pastries is the ultimate guide to bread making that no chef, event coordinator, or home baker will want to be without. The Scandinavians are known around the world for their delicious breads and pastries--now you can indulge in those same flavors and aromas in your own home. 300 color photographs.
 
$34.00
240 pages. Hardcover.

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Swedish Touches

Martha Wiberg Thompson
Enjoy a facinating glimpse into the lives of Swedish Americans, one of America's most colorful and artistic ethnic groups. Included are beautiful photos in 32 pages of color, illustrating the customs, festivites, foodways, and institutions that carry on the best of Sweden's old world traditions in America.
 
$17.95 SOLD OUT
Paperback. 160 pages

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Sweden's Regional Recipes

Diana Johnson Kia
Take a tour through Sweden's Regional Recipes, a delightful title that describes each of Sweden's diverse provinces and the culinary specialties. The journey starts in Lappland, "the land of the midnight sun," Sweden's northermost and largest province. It winds through the others as well, from the fertile valleys of Norrbotten in the northeast to Dalarna, "the heart of Sweden," to the southernmost province of Skane, where the residents eat a feast of goose on St. Marten's Day. Enjoy arctic trout in Medelpad, blueberry tartlets in Dalarna, apple pancakes in Vastmanland, pea soup in Uppland, breaded potato bites in Dalsland, and Swedish meatballs, rye bread, and cheesecake in Smaland. Try minced guinea fowl with roasted root vegetables in a chapter on foods from Nobel Awards banquets. A chapter on Swedish holidays features everything from pineapple-strawberry torte at Midsummer to cookies and candy for Christmas to crayfish parties.
 
$17.95 SOLD OUT
Paperback, 144 pages.

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Swedish Recipes Old and New

American Daughters of Sweden
Some recipes were brought from Sweden many years ago; others have been handed down through generations. It is to share these treasured recipes with others and to preserve them that this collection was made, and continues to be a favorite among Scandinavians everywhere.
 
$24.50
Paperback, 184 pages.

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Var Så God Cookbook

Heritage and Favorite Recipes & Handbook of Swedish Traditions

American Swedish Institute, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The phrase Var Så God is well known as an invitation to come to the dining table. And with all of these favorite recipes from members of the Swedish Institute what a feast it could be! In addition, the book explains Swedish traditions and holidays, to help you prepare for and observe those special occasions.
 
$21.50
Paperback, 252 pages

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Favorite Swedish Recipes

Wifstrand, Selma
Whether preparing for a small group, or planning for a crowd, this handy, inexpensive book gives foolproof recipes and serving advice. From typical smörgåsboard items to classic main dishes to traditional breads and pastries, you'll find 200 easy-to-follow recipes for genuine Swedish foods.
 
$12.00
Paperback

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Splendid Swedish Recipes

Kerstin O. Van Guilder , Kerstin Olsson Van Gilder
This inexpensive, index card size spiral-bound recipe book features over 100 Swedish recipes. Makes a great gift or "stocking stuffer" for friends and relatives. The author came to America from Sweden in 1961.
 
$8.95
Paperback

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