Sweden & Swedes

Free copy courtesy of Consulate General of Sweden

The Consulate General of Sweden very kindly gave us some publication to hand out at the Scandinavian Gathering in Norsewood this year. We have a few copies left and the Consulate General of Sweden have offered us to give these away to our customers. Thank you very much to the Consulate General of Sweden.

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Sweden & Swedes

Sweden & Swedes contains 30 richly-illustrated sections on Swedish cultural history, design and fashion, music and gastronomy, the Swedish welfare state and business sector, customs, myths about the country, and much more besides. The author of this 32-page publication is journalist Claes Britton.

Year of publication: 2008


Sweden - Up North, Down to Earth

Written by two former Swedish expats, Sweden-Up North, Down to Earth gives an overall view of Sweden as it is today. It presents regular Swedes and astonishing Swedes, supercars and indie rock bands, vampires and royalty.

Year of publication: 2010


 Swedish Culinary Classics - Recipies with History and Originality

Sweden's bright, intensive summers and long, cold winters have created their own rich culinary culture. In Swedish Culinary Classics, Innkeeper Emeritus Carl Jan Granqvist presents a selection of genuinely Swedish dishes. Herring and aquavit are there, of course, but not to be missed are Swedish meatballs, gravlax, filled potato dumplings, Jansson's temptation, gingersnaps and other salty and sweet delicacies from the Swedish food heritage. Enjoy your meal! Or as we say in Sweden: Smaklig måltid!

Year of publication: 2005