A sustainable way to live and eat — does it exist?
This is a question raised by Gabriella Silfwerband of Future Perfect, a collaboration platform with an aim to increase engagement in sustainable living. Based in Stockholm, Future Perfect is working to create ‘conversations’ and is collaborating with writer, curator and activist Jan Åman, the notable Swedish social entrepreneur. Tonight we are at a forum and dinner. Topic?Read more
Pure ingredients. Honest cooking. A Swedish classic.Read more
Drinking in the Swedish spirit of perspective. Skål!Read more
The Swedish food scene is, it seems, the way forward. And Gastronord is where it’s at.Read more
8T8 upping the groovy ante on hipster island Södermalm in Stockholm.Read more
Afternoon delight at Magnus Johansson’s bakery.
How we like to start the day in Sweden.Read more
Michelin-starred chef Mathias Dahlgren cooks for the Culinary Academy of Sweden international food writer delegation 2011. The excitement is palpable. Grace Fitzgerald, CAS blogger thinks: “OMG. I am sitting beside Mathias Dahlgren. Look normal. Look normal“. Either that, or she has just spotted some food again.
It is approaching 6.30 p.m. on Day 2 of the CAS program. After an entire day of eating, I have just walked my stomach back to my abode for a quick rest after our last pit stop at the Hilton for cocktails and a visit to the bees. Yes, that’s right. Bees. They live on the patio and make honey for the guests. Very service minded apparently. But more of that later. Here is the update on lunch at Gubbhyllan yesterday.
Came for love, stayed for the food …Read more