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  1. Well, it’s not a full English, but some sort of a bastardization. The meat (if you want to call it that), or rather sausage, is Falukorv. The modern traditional way is to have it with some sort of potatoes – mashed, boiled – or with some sort of macaronis, perhaps even stewed in milk. Ah, the mysteries of the Swedish weekday kitchen!

I like Falukorv, but I’m not having any of how Swedes serve it. So, baked beans, sunny side up egg and French fries. It’s hardly health food, or fancy cooking, but I like to have this once in a while. Quick, easy and cheap.

Besides, I live in Falun, where the Falukorv originates from.

    Well, it’s not a full English, but some sort of a bastardization. The meat (if you want to call it that), or rather sausage, is Falukorv. The modern traditional way is to have it with some sort of potatoes – mashed, boiled – or with some sort of macaronis, perhaps even stewed in milk. Ah, the mysteries of the Swedish weekday kitchen!

    I like Falukorv, but I’m not having any of how Swedes serve it. So, baked beans, sunny side up egg and French fries. It’s hardly health food, or fancy cooking, but I like to have this once in a while. Quick, easy and cheap.

    Besides, I live in Falun, where the Falukorv originates from.