Meatballs with lingonberries, mashed potatoes and gravy, sautéed red cabbage and apples, Jansson’s temptations
We were invited to celebrate the season at IKEA’s annual Swedish Julbord smorgasbord – a nationwide event at participating stores. A traditional Julbord is a highlight of Swedish cuisine, consisting of local and family specialties enjoyed with family and friends.
Tickets for the all-you-can-eat buffet featuring traditional Swedish dishes were $16.99 per person / $4.99 for kids 12 and under, or at a discounted rate for IKEA FAMILY members ($12.99 per person / $2.99 for kids 12 and under).
IKEA Food Range and Product Developer, Peter Ho, says, “The Julbord buffet is at the center of the classic Scandinavian holiday celebration, uniting family and friends alike. It is a much anticipated tradition in Sweden that we enjoy sharing with customers all over.”
The cutest Christmas reindeer! An IKEA employee informed me that they were sold out, unfortunately.
Swedish cheeses, crispbread, thin bread, softbread
Gravad lax with mustard sauce
Swedish potato salad
Hard boiled eggs
Daim cakes with and without chocolate, Swedish fish
Coffee, tea, fountain beverages
Pickled herring, Swedish cucumber salad, Red beet salad, Hard boiled eggs, Christmas ham, Gravad lax with mustard sauce
Poached salmon, Jansson’s temptations, sautéed red cabbage and apples, mashed potatoes and gravy
Swedish Santa Lucia processional
Thank you Swedish Santa for the complimentary tote bags!
(Source credit: IKEA)
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