Holy hell, did I only write one post all through June? :( Ffffffuuuuuh...
Well. Here are the results: 11 posts about my sweet trip to Sweden last month as part of my "Snapshots from Sweden" series on Serious Eats. Check 'em out if you so desire:
Spettekaka from Fricks Spettkaksbageri »
Giant Cinnamon Buns from Café Husaren in Gothenburg »
Vikentomater, a Tomato Farm With Over 80 Kinds of Tomatoes »
Max, Home of 'Sweden's Tastiest Burgers' »
Strawberry Season »
Sourdough Bread and Forested Trails at Sundsby Säteri »
Celebrating Herring Weekend in Marstrand and Klädesholmen »
Vanilla Hearts and Cardamom Cookies at Flickorna Lundgren »
Heberleins, a Grocery Store with Soul and a Whole Lot of Cured Meat »
Swedish Breakfast »
Roaming Around a Swedish Supermarket »
Admittedly, they're probably not as fun as the posts I write on this blog, but I need to be a bit more professional on Serious Eats (more facts, fewer made up words, you know). And while it may not look like those posts took a lot of time, they...did. Many late nights went into writing those posts (which involved sticking lots and lots of Swedish websites into Google translate), which meant no time for this blog. I had to write most of the posts at home since my regular workday can't accommodate for writing those posts. (Of course, the posts that took the least amount of time to write were the ones that got the most comments. I've learned my lesson for my next press trip.) The downside of my deadline for those posts being the end of June is that I didn't write as well as I would've liked, but the upside is that it forced me to document a fantastic trip that I may have otherwise let fall prey to my quickly deteriorating memory, and...it's July, and I'm done! I can start anew! It's like being reborn! As a 25 year old baby.
As by starting anew, I mean I can blog about all the stuff I haven't blogged about over the past six months. Um. Hm.
Yeah, I have a lot of catching up to do.