Sámi people have had their everyday reindeer ‘suovas’ awarded ‘Presidia’ status by Slow Food Presidia. Why? Suovas is a unique product found only in Sápmi. And it encapsulates the Sápmi way of living with nature. But what exactly is this suovas?Read more
Here comes Magnus Skoglöfs lovely slideshow from Academy of Sweden – Culinary.
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The Culinary Academy of Sweden was a carbon neutral event. The 19 tonnes of carbon dioxide (and other greenhouse gases) which the event generated have been compensated for by support for an energy project in India, in which electricity is produced by a small-scale hydro-electric power station.
On friday we also visited Polarica, the biggest company in Lapland dealing with game meat and wild berries.Read more
I would like to introduce myself. My name is Jenny Jonevret and I work as a Project Manager for Academy of Sweden – Culinary. I really look forward to meet you soon in Sweden and to give you a taste of Swedish Lapland.
It’s too soon to start packing but I want to inform you that the dress code for the whole trip is casual. And as you can see in the program, we will be out for a soft adventure so make sure to bring comfortable shoes and maybe a rain jacket. For “Kukkola” please bring a swimming suite for the sauna experience.
Talk to you soon // Jenny