Swedish Fondue

When Celebrating my 300th post I took the family to a restaurant not to far from this blog that makes the best "Swedish Fondue" if not in the world at least in Gothenburg. And as it happens they have a special offer for three hundred posts, a 30% discount! As you probably know I tend to design my own clothes, but now when Madonna has designed a collection for H&M we liked to do our part in helping the Swedish clothes industry. Swedish cosine and Swedish Fondue in particular is refined beyond what Italian and French cuisine only can dream of. The heart of a good Swedish Fondue is a rich brown gravy, made by a Graviliére. In this brown richness pieces of pickled herring is dipped and the consumed. Served with this a glass of chilled fermented milk, a true feast both for the body and the eye!

17 comments:

  1. What do you say about French cuisine?

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  2. French cuisine is OK, Stef but to be frank it's not up to par with Swedish

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  3. oh, I like especially the drawing of the cook ;o)

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  4. Crumbs Mattias, I'm sorry i missed the 300th celebration. I see they made a movie about it too...

    Congratulations, you are the most prolific blogger I know.

    wishing you strength! Happiness! Virtue!

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  5. Thanks Coloribus,
    Yes Jason I hate when Hollywood do this kind of stuff, not to worry next celebration is 1000 post

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  6. A unique celebration, your fans expect nothing less!

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  7. They say it's an acquired taste.

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  8. aahhh! fonduemiddag med strömming + brun sås (tur att jag slapp äta!) och hela familjen i madonnaoutfits! kan det bli en bättre fest?! snyggt att alla hade samma "sparkdräkt" dessutom, som madonna designat. :-)

    och kocken var supergullig, som tittar fram lite försynt under luggen. han ser väldigt snäll och mjuk ut! :)

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  9. You should do a cookbook.

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  10. Tack Anne, ska se om jag kan fixa en date åt dig!
    Tommy that would spell disaster big time!

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  11. you'll have to prove me that if I stop by Goteburg this year :)

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  12. YUMMMMMM!! HE !HE!! I want to try those Swedish Fondue!!

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  13. I'll better start pikling some herring then ;O)

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  14. I had a Swedish au pair once, but she was desperately miserable because we couldn't find sour milk in London.

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  15. Great blog. Very entertaining.
    Awesome drawing ability.

    Steve
    The Reflective Tape
    Store

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  16. Anonymous4:46 AM

    I am going to Gothenburg in three weeks. What was the name of the place you eat fondue at?

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  17. Sorry can't revel that information you have to pass a rite to get invited.

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