Thursday, January 8, 2015

Smorgasbord - a Great Way to Celebrate the Holiday(s)

We celebrated the New Year with food. And this food was open-faced sandwiches or Scandinavian smorgasbord. These little sandwiches only use one piece of bread and plenty of fish, meat and toppings.

We brought shrimp sandwiches. The shrimp was blended with mayonnaise and topped with dill weed and it was delicious.

These are traditional fare featurings from Sweden, Denmark and Norway. There was pickled herring, potato and tomato and lots more.

It was a fun way to celebrate the holiday.

Happy 2015!

4 comments:

David Batista said...

So much food in your last two posts! Wow--it all looks so good, too! Even though I don't eat fish, but when it looks that, uh ... festive ... how could I resist?

Happy New Year, Kim! :)

The Happy Whisk said...

I love this table. Yum, yum, yum.

Got your comment, turkey stock is heavenly. More yum.

Kelly Polark said...

That all looks so delicious!!! I'm part Norwegian/Swedish as well!

Kim Kasch said...

David: Don't Like FISH???? What?
That's like my fav food. I do not comprehend.

THW: Thanks.

Kelly: I never knew you were Norwegian/Swedish. That explains why I like you so much.