Posted in Family, Food

Christmas food the Swedish way

What can be more Swedish than going to ikea for Christmas food? Not much really? So that’s what me, mummy and grandmother did today.

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There’s also the classical julmust that is a must have drink with Christmas food here in Sweden.

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I tried to keep my portions small to fit more of them into my little tummy, before finishing of with coffee and gingerbread cookies.

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Not to forget, IKEA is a do-it-yourself place, that includes removing your own dishes when done.

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Two more days before Christmas Eve and that yearly visit from Santa and I’m already feel all eaten out!

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