Synopses & Reviews
By presenting traditional recipes in Swedish on one side and the English translations on the other, The Swedish-American Cookbook
takes authenticity to the next level. This book covers everything from breads to candies, meats to malts. It also contains example menus, helpful tips for preparation, and instructions for preserving various fruits and vegetables. Some recipes include Swedish caviar, cherry soup, almond cookies, baked chicken with parsnips, melon ice cream, meatballs, rusks, and dozens more.
This cookbook is one of a kind. Initially published in 1895, The Swedish-American Cookbook is now updated with beautiful full-color photographs and an attractive, easy-to-follow layout. Also included is an extended explanation on the weights, measurements, and fruit used in the recipes in order to make the process helpful for cooks unfamiliar with Swedish recipes. Lindhals instructions cannot be clearer in this easy-to-read, faithful resource for authentic Swedish food.
More than 300 classic Swedish recipes and tips.
About the Author
The author joined the Navy as an enlisted man and went on his first operations in the SEALs after two years of regular Navy services. He is now an officer and platoon leader and has just returned from special operations in the fight against Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan.