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Smaka på Stockholm

Salvia and Alder smoked Salmon, egg creme flavoured with dill and Sweet Cicely and summer potato salad with asparagus
Wine tasting Lime and Basil Pannacotta with Rhubarb and Strawberries from Villa Söderås Fondberg's tent
Meatballs from Villa Söderås

Smaka på Stockholm, or “Taste Stockholm”, is an annual event in Kungsträdgården here in Stockholm. The event is all about food and drink, and you can try quite a lot of the food that Stockholm’s restaurants have to offer. Many of the Stockholm restaurants are represented at the event where they sell various dishes in their tents. The event started yesterday on June 1st and will end on June 6th, so you still have time to visit it. But I really need to warn you, it’s incredible crowded and be prepared to stand in a long queue to get your food, especially if it’s from a popular restaurant. My tip is to go to the area behind the scene where it’s less crowded and either do some wine tasting at Fondberg’s tent or try the magnificent pannacotta at Villa Söderås’s tent. At Fondberg’s you can buy a wine package which consists of either 4 samples of red wine or 4 samples of white wine for 50 kr. You can also try different champagnes or even dessert wines with chocolate. And don’t forget the amazing Lime and Basil Pannacotta with Rhubarb and Strawberries for 45 kr at Villa Söderås, I just loved it.

9 Responses to “Smaka på Stockholm”

  1. sakura (jordgubbsglass)
    June 4th, 2006 08:40
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    Hej! I went this festival yesterday too! Swedish foods are really tasty!
    Finally I moved to Stockholm! Sweden is really beautiful and Swedish are very kind and nice! I am very happy to move here.

  2. Sofia
    June 5th, 2006 14:03
    2

    Hej

    Jag ville bara säga att din sida är jätte, jättefin! Kul att läsa! Keep it up!

    Mvh,
    Sofia

  3. Dagmar
    June 6th, 2006 22:28
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    Sakura:
    I’m glad that you like it in Sweden and Stockholm. I really like Stockholm, but I find the Stockholmers a bit stressed and hectic, but I’m getting used to it :-)

    Cin:
    Stockholm is indeed a very beautiful city! I hope that you’ll visit Stockholm some day!

    Sofia:
    Tusen tack! :-)

  4. kinna
    June 20th, 2006 12:16
    4

    vilken miss, det här har jag inte ens sett. =)
    Tack för tipset får hoppas jag kommer ihåg till nästa år.

  5. Dagmar
    June 25th, 2006 22:41
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    Kinna, med tanke på hur otroligt mycket folk det var så kanske det inte gjorde något att du missade det. Annars är det som sagt bara att gå dit nästa år :-)

  6. leonard rogus
    August 17th, 2006 21:40
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  7. Donald
    December 10th, 2006 17:01
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    Love lurking on your cooking site, what is your thought on “Klafrestrom” iron-ware? I have several pieces in the cupboard that don’t get much use, how do the real cooks use them?

  8. Buy Salvia
    January 20th, 2010 06:25
    8

    Great thoughts here and I like your take on things. One thing I’ve seen is what we think about is exactly what we receive. We create our own reality.

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