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Det Goda Koket
From: 2013.11.08 To: 2013.11.11
Lutfisk, anyone? When it comes to food in Scandinavia, it's a prerequisite that every visitor sample this dried, lye-treated and salted white fish. But in the birthplace of smörgåsbord, you can be sure this is just one of thousands of delicacies that will delight your palate at the Stockholm International Fairs & Congress Center's annual Food and Beverage Show. The festival is a healthy mix of global foods so while you should always say "ja, tak" to the Scandinavian specialties (yes, thanks, pronounced "yaw, taak," with a heavy accent on the last syllable), you will find plenty of other offerings at this trade- show of food. Regular foodies as well as food and beverage industry members can meet the producers and experts in kitchenware, cookbooks, china and silverware, and other food-related goods and services. Indeed, people trek from around the world to attend. Previous seasons have ushered in upwards of 20,000 food-friendly visitors to this medieval capital city.