Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Street Food in Stockholm

I can't even spell the damn thing. Let alone say it.


Stockholm is lovely. Surprising, sunset coloured buildings. Polite, nice people. (This is big, I live in London at the moment.) Gorgeously designed household goods shops. And Tunnbrödsrulle.

We were in Stockholm for about 48 hours for a friend's 30th birthday. We ate meatballs and lingonberry sauce, roasted reindeer and sikrom (creamy fish salad of deliciousness). But the absolute culinary highlight of the trip was the Tunnbrödsrulle.

A tortilla like flatbread is laid out and dollops of creamy mashed potato are laid down the center - a bed of fluff for the hotdog, condiments and some salad. We did not get the shrimp salad. (I had had some at breakfast and wasn't a fan. Aside - I also had smoked reindeer for breakfast.)

Seriously awesome. So good and so funny and wrong.

1 comment:

lynsay said...

Leah and Chris!

I found this blog today and think it is fantastic! Good on you two.

I am now living in Copenhagen. Moved my sorry ass outta Toronto. LOVE it here. Want to hear from you two.

I was in Stockholm for New Years Eve with Miss Bratt. So glad to hear you loved it too! Such a pretty city!

check out my blog and you can get my deets lr@kunde.dk