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Swedish food in Portland… and it’s not at IKEA.

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Let’s be honest, most people would call me a “europhile.” I take no offense to that; it is true that I am always on the prowl for all things European. Which is why last weekend I was happy to discover — thanks to my hip and in-the-know friend Kristina –Broder. Portland has a wide array of restaurants featuring cuisine from around the globe, but Broder has the one thing that no one else does: Swedish food. In my personal opinion, it really is hard to go wrong with Scandinavian fare — although my Swedish-born mother might disagree. Simple interior design and just enough lingonberry jam made me feel like I was in a Stockholm cafe… right in Southeast Portland. Read more about Broder on the Stumptowninfo blog.

Written by Anna Brones

February 22, 2008 at 11:33

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  1. Don’t forget about those crazy cute griddle handle cozies. And Swedish meatballs for dinner- obviously, we can never have enough of those.


    February 22, 2008 at 15:37

  2. wow! is this anna brones the blogger? WOW! ANNA BRONES THE BLOGGER!!


    February 23, 2008 at 20:24

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