Illustrated Guide to FIKA
Lola A. Åkerström interviews author Anna Brones and illustrator Johanna Kindvall about their new collaboration – an illustrated Swedish cookbook called “FIKA: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break”.
Stockholm’s café culture – Best places to fika
Lola A. Åkerström explains Stockholm’s strong café culture and highlights some of the best places in town to grab a cup of joe.
Swedish Fika 101
Known more for consuming salmon, herring, and other variety of fish by the boatload, it may come as a surprise that sweet goods reign supreme in Stockholm – particularly any form of baked dough infused with sugar and cream.
Sportlov in Stockholm – Ideas for Families
If you’re looking for family-friendly activities during Sportlov 2019 in Stockholm, then check out the list of activities and ideas to keep the boredom at bay.
Swedish Pastry Fusion: Beyond the Kanelbulle
Swedish Pastry Fusion: Beyond the Kanelbulle Katharine Trigarszky explores the cafes in Stockholm that combine international with traditional Swedish baked goods to create Swedish pastry fusion. Enormous layer cakes are a staple at MR Cake Swedish pastry fusion When you think about Swedish pastry and cakes, the mighty kanelbulle (cinnamon bun) is probably what first pops into your mind. The cardamom bun (kardemummabulle) and the light...
New App for Stockholm’s Subway Art
New App for Stockholm’s Subway Art Katharine Trigarszky explores the Stockholm’s subway art with the new app, SL ArtGuide, to bring us tips on how to use the app to get narrated details on all of the art we see every day on the subway. You can download the SL ArtGuide app on the iTunes Storehttps://apps.apple.com/se/app/sl-artguide/id1465893479 A new app for the Stockholm subway system (Tunnelbana) SL’s ArtGuide is a...