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Swedish Christmas

Sweden gets in the mood of Christmas early in December. I noticed  Christmas decorations are being sold from November. Swedes undoubtedly love Christmas and I want to share Swedish Christmas traditions that I got to love as well. Lussekatter and Glögg (Saffron buns and mulled wine)  Lussekatter are sweet buns flavored with golden saffron with a reversed S-shape. On 13th of … Continue reading

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Glad Påsk!

It was sweet when I walk into my office at the company, where I am working on my Master thesis and I find this on my table. It totally made my day! I had gone to thank the person who gave this present and he said that it is a Swedish tradition, to give and share gifts during Easter, especially … Continue reading

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