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Fika & Hygge : Comforting Cakes and Bakes From Scandinavia With Love

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Fika is a Swedish word meaning to meet up for a cup of coffee or tea over something delicious. It is also the word for the delicious treats themselves. Swedes traditionally stop twice a day for fika, taking a much-needed break from the daily grind. People fika with family, colleagues, friends, children and even go on fika dates. Hygge (pronounced hue-guh) is a word that originated in Norway but is now mainly used in Denmark. It means 'a sublime state of cosiness you feel when you are with loved ones and nothing else matters'. Hygge can be enhanced by the addition of a log fire, a good film, a cup of something warm and a sweet treat... hence the ideal combination of the two terms.This beautifully illustrated, authentic guide is a celebration of Scandinavian baking in all its glory. It is evocative of cosy days shared with friends, slowing down and taking the time to enjoy simple, homemade, wholesome pleasures - encouraging a lifestyle to aspire to. With features on special Scandi winter celebrations, their baking traditions and how to bring fika and hygge into your life.
Publisher: London ; New York : Ryland Peters & Small, 2016.
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781849757591
1849757593
Branch Call Number: 641.5948 AUREL
Characteristics: 171 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Alternative Title: Fika & hygge
Fika and hygge

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Feb 17, 2018

This book covers Scandinavian cakes, cookies, desserts: Fika & Hygge : Comforting Cakes and Bakes From Scandinavia With Love. I’m going to try the gingerbread cake (have someone who loves their gingerbread!) Also, may try the rhubarb custard cake – been meaning to plant a rhubarb in my yard. As you may know, rhubarb is a bit of an acquired taste (very tart), so having another recipe for recipe for the plant may entice my cautious eaters. Thought I might try the Vasterbotten (a Swedish cheese) and spinach waffles. A waffle recipe that has cheese, spinach and bacon in it – something a little different for breakfast or brunch! Book has lots of photos always a bonus.

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