Sunday, September 30, 2012

Culinary Week & Farmers Market

Award Winning School Kitchen Culinary Week
This week was culinary week in Haninge. Just as last year anyone who wanted could partake in a contest. The categories this time was best beverage, fish and bread, all with a local theme of course. Two of those awards went to Runstensskolan (The Runestone School), in Handen. The school kitchen won best Haninge Bread, and best Haninge Beverage. The chef and his staff were present during the Farmers Market at the park in Tungelsta on Saturday, and they were very busy selling their egg sandwich made with the local bread. In the nearby greenhouse you could buy all sorts of locally produced food, and more, as you can see in the second collage.

10 comments:

Mo said...

You've really captured the essence of the market brilliantly. That bread looks particularly delicious.

JM said...

I would love to try... everything! :-)

Birdman said...

I'm a big bread guy, so I know where I'd be headed.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a delicious medley of images Steffe, there really is nothing as nice as freshly baked bread.

Lynette said...

Cool post of what looks like a successful event.

Bob Crowe said...

I have to apologize, but this immediately makes me think of the Swedish Chef character on The Muppets.

LONDONLULU said...

Yum, everything looks so good! I do love Farmers Markets.

Stefan Jansson said...

Ha ha. I should of course have asked him for a portrait and video interview Bob!

Hopefully just like last year the recipe for the bread should be available somewhere. If not I guess I will have to buy some from the school.

It was a popular event, more people than last year.

VP said...

I would gain a couple of kilos roaming around here!

CaT said...

the bread looks so good!!
i do have to say that my german friends in sweden were complaining as all of your bread seems to be sweet?

anyways, i also had 2 semla's, i think you wrote about them here, and they were soo good! yumyumyum!