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Magnus Nilsson Will Close the Acclaimed Fäviken Restaurant
The chef is going to tend to some apple trees.
the chain gang
McDonald’s New McVegan Sandwich Is a Big Hit
The burger’s availability is expanding in northern Europe, where reviews have been “overwhelmingly positive.”
Ikea Admits That a Couple of Its Serving Bowls Might Catch Food on Fire
The stainless-steel Blanda Blank might come with a bonus feature.
World’s Most Expensive Chips Will Set You Back $11 Apiece
They’re seasoned with rare mushrooms.
The Chain Gang
McDonald’s Latest Happy Meal Is a Virtual-Reality Headset
It’s part of a promo in Sweden.
This Monstrous Swedish Pizza Is Even Worse Than Hot-Dog Pizza
This latest sacrilege involves a salad and fries.
Michelin’s First-Ever ‘Nordic Cities’ Guide Includes No 3-Star
Not even Noma, which still rocks two.
Swedish Millionaire Sabotages Ice-Cream Truck for Greater Good
He warned them.
Så Brooklyn: How Kings County Became the Coolest Thing in Sweden
“You can just slap the word ‘Brooklyn’ on anything and every f-cking hipster will buy it.”
Swedish Chefs Finally Crawl Out From Under the Shadow of the Muppets
These guys ferment everything and make vinegar from mushrooms.
Tips Protection Law Is Now In Full Effect; Blame Primitive Urges For
Plus: Average Americans eat the way of MyPlte guidelines just seven times a year; and smugglers get busted trying to bring butter into Sweden, all in our morning news roundup.
Cappuccino: It’s What’s for Breakfast; Millionaires Weaned From Food Stamps
Espresso should be sipped after a meal and not its creamy counterpart.
What Was Served at The Kardashian Wedding; Joe Biden Popularizes Pig Intestine
Wolfgang Puck catered the indulgent affair in Santa Barbara.
Marcus Samuelsson Busts Out the Baby Photos
The Red Rooster chef was featured on CNN’s “African Voices.”
Gordon Ramsay Plans T.V. Show on the Subcontinent; San Diego Garden Unites
A television chef looks to a new year and a new plan, while city farming provides relief for the displaced.
‘Swallow’ Promises to Be ‘a Little Dirtier’ Than Other
The premiere issue succeeds in making us crave foods we never knew existed.