Good Food of Sweden Cookbook
Here's a choice collection of 300 tested recipes for everyday and party menus from Sweden. Good Food of Sweden cookbook includes Swedish recipes and some for Smorgasbord, too. The copyright date inside is from 1939, however the cookbook looks more recent, perhaps from the 70s or so.
Format: Hardcover with dust jacket, 186 pages.
Copyright: 1939, Printing year unknown.
Publisher: Gramercy Publishing Company
Author: Inga Norberg
Description: The Swedish housewife is a culinary artist -- and thrifty too! Here's a choice collection of 300 tested recipes for everyday meals and party menus. It is a complete guide to all the favorites -- and many new dishes too -- with an infinite variety of little hot and cold snacks for the cocktail party and numerous original ideas for the Smorgasbord.
There are chapters on marvelously-seasoned Swedish soups (try Apple or Arter Med Flask), a complete section on fish preparation (there's a real taste thrill in Kabiljo Pudding) -- and of course the meats! There is Royal Pot Roast made with cream, Swedish Beefsteak, Lamb with Dill, Swedish Christmas Ham, Swedish Meat Balls (excellent as appetizers too), Beef a la Lindstrom, and also dozens of new ways with vegetables. The Potato Eclairs are unusually good. And because the Swedish cook believes that "it is the sauce that lends character to a dish" you'll find 28 recipes in this section. Puddings and Sweets, wonderfully crisp thin pancakes, Swedish buns, rusks, and Saffron bread, delectable Uppakra cookies and Swedish Ginger Cake, with exciting party drinks -- Swedish Punsch and Glogg.
If you have never tasted good Swedish cooking, there is a treat in store for you! And if you have enjoyed it, you will find new ways with old favorites in GOOD FOOD FROM SWEDEN.
Condition: Dust jacket has rubbing and a tiny tear. Further good condition.