Lussekatt: the flavor of Swedish holidays

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Lussekatt, the most Christmasy pastry in Sweden! In Sweden, there are several signs that will indicate that the winter holiday season is coming closer; Christmas lights everywhere, tomte, julmust, and of course, in the fika department, the lussekatt. The lussekatt, which can be directly translated to “Lucia’s cat”, is a rich, fragrant, s-shaped, yellow bun… Continue reading Lussekatt: the flavor of Swedish holidays

Cycling in Uppsala

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Winter is coming, and with that the cycling season is almost over… Unless you want a broken leg or a concussion from slipping on the icy roads, that is! Although there are really crazy-experienced Swedish cyclists that will keep pedaling even if it rains or snows. So, after almost half a year of going around… Continue reading Cycling in Uppsala

My first test in Sweden

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Last Monday I had my very first test in Sweden! It was nerve-wrecking because I didn’t know what to expect! Plus, it was my first test in English so that kicked it up another notch. Now with all the stress gone, I thought it could be interesting for you to know a bit about the… Continue reading My first test in Sweden