Swedish numbers (my mother taught me these when I was little -- too bad the pronunciation didn't stick)
Swedish FIKA is a Swedish word that translats as "taking a break for Coffee and a bite to eat". But it means much more than that... it´s a moment to RELAX to catch up with your family and LAUGH vith your Friends.
Three names have changed. Brandgul has become orange. Gredelin (which we sometimes also called violet) has become purple. And skär has become pink.
Pepparkakor (Swedish Ginger Cookies) – 100% whole wheat, dairy-free and just as crisp and delicious as the traditional kind!
I re-posted this because I really want to learn this language...for me and for my love... Learning Swedish this is how you pronounce the alphabet. All the vowels are long, so A is pronounced Aaah and B is pronounced Beh, C is Seh and so on.
The Best Swedish Meatballs are smothered in the most amazing rich and creamy gravy. The meatballs are packed with such delicious flavor you will agree these are the BEST you have ever had!
Seven awesome songs to learn Swedish through music and a Spotify playlist frequently updated with new discoveries. Keep up with your Swedish studies even when you are busy!
On Christmas Eve households in Sweden would traditionally serve a bowl of Risgrynsgröt | Julegrot or Swedish Rice Pudding
Swedish Christmas rice pudding - my mom makes this for us every year. She adds cardamom, though, and one almond to be found by "whoever is the next to marry". Ok, mom, I get the hint! via Donal Skehan
very basic comparison between Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, & Finnish languages from the Stand Still. Stay Silent webcomic (which is set in a post-apocalyptic Scandinavia)
Tolvhålskaka, lucia, saffransbröd, julbak, julgodis, lussebulle, lussekatt, lussekatter, lussebullar, jul, swedish christmas, christmas, scandinavian christmas,
Glögg: Swedish Mulled Wine from NourishingJoy.com. Glogg is the perfect cozy drink for winter... mmmm....
Whether you call these by Swedish Heirloom Cookies or by many of their other names (Snowballs, Mexican Wedding Cookies, Russian Tea Cakes), you just need to try this cookie recipe. The buttery almond flavor melts in your mouth!
In honor of the Swedish Midsummer, we've put together a list of Swedish words and their less-than-obvious English translations. Happy Midsummer!
Hasselback Potatoes: Fun looking, delicious tasting potatoes. Crisp on the outside, creamy on the inside. Baked with lemon, garlic dijon vinaigrette.
Traditional Swedish pancakes are like a cross between American pancakes and French crêpes. So easy, and perfect for any meal!
Fika (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈfiːˌka]) is a concept in Swedish culture with the basic meaning "to have coffee", often accompanied with pastries.
This Swedish tea ring has such a gorgeous presentation, and it's deceptively simple to create. Soft, sweet yeast dough swirled with cinnamon sugar and drizzled with a sweet glaze. Sort of like a pull-apart cinnamon roll bread. food breakfast cinnamon rolls #ad @whitelilyflour via @bakingamoment
Swedish Pickles | Travel Cook Tell These taste like Korean banchan "Oi Namul" without the chili.
Swedish Cucumber and Red Onion Salad with Dill is light and refreshing with the perfect balance of sweet and tart.
A super easy, no-cook, vegan recipe for the Swedish chocolate balls (Chockladbollar) Stockholm goes crazy for. Easy to make with kids. Video included!
The kids will go crazy for this Candy Sushi! Made with rice crispy treats, Swedish fish candy and fruit roll ups. This dessert sushi recipe is easy to make, portable and great for parties.
Swedish (svenska) is a North Germanic language with around 9 million speakers mainly in Sweden and Finland, and also in Estonia, Norway, Canada and the USA. It is closely related to Norwegian and Danish and is mutually intelligible with them to a large extent, particularly in its written form. (...)
Swedish Pancakes from Grandma Linnea | this recipe is a family favorite...one of our favorite breakfast recipes!
The Dalecarlian horse or Dala horse is a traditional carved, painted wooden horse statuette originating in Swedish province Dalarna. In the old days the Dala horse was mostly used as a toy for children; in modern times it has become a symbol of Dalarna, as well as Sweden in general.
Translation: "Everything will be ok". Thanks @HyggeligSarah ...It's in Swedish