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Pea soup on Thursdays – so that started the tradition
"Pea soup on Thursdays – so that started the tradition"

"So are you cooking pea soup recipe with turmeric and bogfläsk"

"pea soup: August Strindberg called it gudamat and we associate it with Thursdays, punch and pancakes. nMen why we eat actually pea soup on Thursdays?nHär is the story of the classic right – and of course the recipe."

"pea soup – recipes with pork"

"Preparation time: 6 hours Cooking time: 1 hour"

"Servings: 4 people"

"Ärtsoppan. We seem to all have some kind of relationship to it, have you not encountered it in the home as in school, and if not in school, then in the military. And it is not really so strange that the savoury soup has been left with due to its solid history."

"Sure you that August Strindberg's favourite dish was the pea soup, and he called it gudamat? In Sweden we have eaten the soup since the 1200s. And it became a traditional torsdagsrätt is most likely that Friday was the fast day in the catholic middle ages, and therefore it is charged up with a proper feast the day before."

"How is it that the hot punch became a classic accessory to ärtsoppan is not really documented. But according to some it should have taken its beginning in the mid-1700s, the century officersmässar – to the punch was said to reduce the flatulence."

"the Tradition lived on, or was taken up again, thanks to romantic students in the 1800s."

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