“Vergoofin der flicke støøbin mit der børk-børk yubetcha !” We don’t know what that means either, but you don’t need to speak Swedish to cook like a Swede. Pie plate, Glogg cake, Growler and cheese, this Swedish Chef Gift Guide does nothing but please.
Every great chef, Swedish or not, needs a little inspiration! Delight in the beautiful photos and delectable recipes from Deb Perelman’s second cookbook, Smitten Kitchen Everyday found at our very own Women & Children First Bookstore.
Nosh on Pastoral Artisan Cheese, Bread & Wine‘s assortment of cheese, jam and chocolate from around the globe as you prepare your next great meal.
And you’ll certainly be needing an excellent tool to tackle that cheese tray. Lucky for you, The Wooden Spoon‘s Swissmar cheese knife can get right to the point.
First comes olive oil, then comes culinary perfection – plus the vibrant colors of these unique oils from City Olive will have you wondering why your kitchen hasn’t always been so cheery.
What does any proper Swedish Chef need? Why all the necessary accouterments of course! Find a bevy of delightful Swedish treats to compliment any dish at the Swedish American Museum.
Midway through the recipe and need a break? Take a breather with a nice cool sip of locally-brewed craft beer from Andersonville’s own Andersonville Brewing.
A good pie plate is like a good recipe – just add a little love. This simplistic beauty can be found at Andersonville Kitchen and Bath.
Every Swedish meal (or any meal for that matter) is made better with a finishing note of Glogg, and lucky for you, In Fine Spirits has the perfect bottle.
And just in case the liquid form isn’t quite enough, First Slice has made a special Glogg Cake, just in time for the holidays!
Phew – you made it! A meal prepared is a cause for celebration… and maybe a late night snack too! You can find your favorite from Terry’s Toffee, the McCall’s Classic Toffee, right down the street at Andersonville Galleria.