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Semlor for Fat Tuesday

2020-02-25 14:02 #0 by: Evelina

Did you celebrate Fat Tuesday? In Sweden, we call it fettisdagen! I went to my favorite bakery in Stockholm, called Brot, located near odenplan.

What’s great is that they offer tapas bakery items, meaning they have super mini sweets of all your favorites.

They had mini, medium and large semlors. I took one medium one for today and two mini ones for tomorrow for me and my boyfriend.


2020-02-26 08:22 #1 by: Niklas

I didn't get a semla this year. πŸ™

In HΓ€rnΓΆsand there's an old gas station that has branched out to baking bread and pastries. Their semlor are so famous that last year's fat Tuesday they made over 7000 of them. This year the goal was 10000. Apparently they were six people there baking. People come from all over. I heard that a neighboring city had pre-ordered 1000. πŸ™‚

2020-02-26 10:00 #2 by: Evelina

Wow that is crazy! I wanted a chocolate one but the bakery wasnt making them this year πŸ˜•

2020-02-28 10:04 #3 by: Niklas

Apparently, I lied. Yesterday Γ…sa bought semlor so I had one after all. πŸ™‚

2020-02-28 12:43 #4 by: Evelina

Haha πŸ˜† was it good?

2020-02-29 10:38 #5 by: Niklas

Yes! I Should have bothered to make hot milk to have it with, but I didn't. That was a mistake. It would have made it even better. πŸ™‚


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