This not entirely surprising quote from one of the participants on Culinary Academy came after 15 minutes or so in the Ice Bar in Jukkasjärvi. It was cold, even with the coats and the mittens we got to borrow. I for one was reminded why I never wear just sneakers in the wintertime.Read more
Att Nutti Sami Siida we got to kindle reindeers as sweet and tame as ever a fairytale Rudolph. They told us that in the winter they even arrange tours with reindeer-pulled sleighs. How christmassy is that?Read more
We have just arrived in sunny beautiful Kiruna, no flights were delayed (hooray) and are on our way to Jukkasjärvi.Read more
This is the new program for Academy of Sweden – Culinary Swedish Lapland September 9-13, 2010Read more
Unfortunately that isn’t entirely true. The weather seems okay though for the weekend, sunny, partly cloudy with occasional rain showers on Sunday.Read more
|This means we will be compensating for our transportation and accomodation during the event.
We would appreciate if you could consider to travel with enviromentally friendly transport to/from the airport.
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