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    André Grisell

    Member since Jun 2002

    Chef #43501

    From Stockholm

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    Reviewed Swedish Meatballs (Kottbullar)

    Sunday, Jan 26, 2003 on
     |  (11 people found this helpful) |  6 Reviews  |  By André Grisell
    LinMarie says:

    "Without stating that msBerglund is wrong, I've never encountered dill in meatballs. Dill is something we in Sweden use for fish and sometimes in stews.Dill may be delicious, but for honest, I've never seen it in any Swedish recipe.As for the soy sauce, there's a history to it:In Sweden, until abt. 1940, we had no gastronomy whatsoever...."

    Reviewed Luchow's Swedish Meatballs

    Wednesday, Jun 12, 2002 on
     |  4 Reviews  |  By Mark O.
    LinMarie says:

    "Although this may well be a tasty dish, where did the shallots, garlic, dill, Worcester and cayenne come from? None of these are used in Sweden to make meatballs."

    Reviewed Swedish Cabbage Rolls

    Wednesday, Jun 12, 2002 on
     |  8 Reviews  |  By KylaM
    LinMarie says:

    "The sauce seems very peculiar. There's no tomato paste in the original recipe, nor any Worcestershire sauce. Besides, the rice should of course be cooked."

    Reviewed Swedish Pancakes

    Monday, Jun 10, 2002 on
     |  5 Reviews  |  By *Z*
    LinMarie says:

    "As "SherryZ" pointed out,this is not really the way we make them in Sweden, although the recipe is closer to the original than the one by "SueL", which has no resemblance at all with the original.In Sweden, we never use baking powder and very seldom sugar in the batter."

    Reviewed Swedish Chicken Salad

    Monday, Jun 10, 2002 on
     |  4 Reviews  |  By troyh
    LinMarie says:

    "No,I don't know what's Swedish either. I live in Sweden, work as a chef, and have 150 cookbooks at home.I have never seen this one."


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