January Newsletter

January Newsletter

Happy New Year!

I hope you've had a great holiday. We certainly did. We really enjoyed spending time with my family from Sweden travelling around NZ, showing them this beautiful country.

We have enjoyed the sun and swimming in the sea, but it can really dry out your skin. Therefore I recommend having both Idomin and Helosan handy.

Now we are back and starting to plan for all the upcoming events and special occasions.

Shrove Tuesday - 12 Feb 2013

Fettisday (Sweden), Laskiainen (Finland), Fastelavn (Denmark, Norwegian), Bolludagur (Iceandic) – It is time to have a Semla/Laskiaispulla/Fastelavnsbolle! Please see the recipe for Semla/Laskiaispulla in our recipe section. (note this is slightly different from the Norwegian/Danish/Icelandic Fastelavnsbolle).

Don't forget to buy some Almond Paste/Mandelmassa, Vanilla sugar and yeast for your baking.

Valentines Day

On the 14th February we celebrate Valentines Day - For me Valentine Day is a day of love hearts and chocolate! Check out Valentine Shop for more gift ideas – lots of chocolate and love hearts in there!

Scandinavian Gathering 22-24 Feb 2013

Yes we will be there! Come and visit us at the Market - We will bring heaps of Scandinavian Favourites!

For more information, please visit: http://www.scandinavianfestival.org.nz/index.html

Short Date Sale:

We have some herring left over from xmas that has passed it's Best Before Date - still fine to eat - grab a bargain!

We also has a few items from our Snacks shelf with Short BBF date - treat yourself!

Please note Best Before Date is different from Expiry Date. For more information see this link.

For more Short Date Sales and other Bargains, please visit our Bargain Bin

This Months Featured Product 

PålægschokoladeChocolate Topping are thin slices of chocolate that are used as a topping (in Danish, pålæg) on bread, such as rugbrød or white bread. Usually at breakfast, but at other times too. It's very nice in a packed lunch!

It is available in both light and dark chocolate, with the light variety being more common. Pålægschokolade is found primarily in Denmark.

This Month's Special: was  $7.50, now $6.00

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

Kind Regards
Eva and Sven @ SweNZ Taste

Posted: Thu 31 Jan 2013

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