Innovative design keeps cyclists safe on the road

This Swedish company has created an inflatable airbag/helmet, which is good news for every cyclist. We all know that in a match of bike vs car/pole/nature, the bikes stand to lose, along with the unfortunate rider. However, this design is seeking to give the bicyclist more of a fighting chance, in the event of an... Continue Reading →



Good day everyone, A while back a new French Tier 8 premium heavy was shown on supertest. For a video of the tanks klick the picture or here. While largely unchanged, some minor changes to the stats have been made, here they are so far: DISCRIPTION A French heavy tank, presented by French tank designers... Continue Reading →

Saint Lucia – Sankta Lucia

Luciadagen (Lucia's Day) is one of my favourite days for being in Sweden. The day is greatly loved by Swedes (and visitors who stumble across Lucia celebrations are just besotted by their charm). If you are planning to visit Sweden in the run up to Christmas, try and arrange your visit to coincide with Luciadagen. What is it... Continue Reading →

Lucia saffron buns – Lussekatter

Lussekatter (Lucia saffron buns) are eaten on December 13th to celebrate Lucia (the patron Saint of Light). December 13th was originally thought to be the shortest day of the year and is still the date chosen in Sweden to celebrate the return of lighter days. The celebrations are one of the highlights of the Swedish... Continue Reading →

Almond Madeleines – Madeleinekakor med mandel

Madeleinekakor med mandel (almond madeleines) are delightful little cakes with a lightly crisped outside and a soft squidgy centre. They go well with coffee, ice cream and other desserts. Although originally French they have become very popular in Sweden too. Ingredients 110 g (½ cup) unsalted butter 1 tbsp maple syrup or another dark syrup... Continue Reading →

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Skånsk egg cake – Skånsk äggakaga

Äggakaga is a traditional dish originating from Skåne in southern Sweden. I think it is at its best served hot straight from the pan, but at one time it was made for farm labourers helping with the harvest in the autumn (fall) because it could be easily wrapped up and eaten in a field for lunch.... Continue Reading →

Isle of Hönö flatbread – Hönökaka

This is a very popular flatbread in Sweden, especially with children who love its light easy-eating texture that means it is almost like cake. Hönö is a small island off the west coast of Sweden, a short ferry ride from Gothenburg. Unlike most small islands it has a rising population, now topping 5000. It is... Continue Reading →

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