A Swedish Feast

B comes from Swedish stock, a culinary heritage I know mostly from my mother making cracks about lutefisk when we drive through Ballard. But actually, I find it more and more interesting the more I know. Don't get me wrong, I'm not nominating them for world's most complex flavors or anything, I'm just saying it has been fun learning a bit about a new culture through exploring their food.In truth, Swedish food holds a lot of similarities to a cuisine I know a bit more about...Jewish foods. What you've got right up here is a bit of pickled herring. This is the Swedish herring, because, you … [Read more...]