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Glad Lucia! Happy Saint Lucy’s Day. Posted by on Dec 13, 2016

It’s December 13, which can mean only one thing: it’s Lucia in Sweden! We’ve collected four posts about the Lucia tradition. You’ll get some history, some music, and even some food. So check them out in the post below. First, I have to call myself out for a bit of erasure. I often write about…

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Sankta Lucia in Sweden Posted by on Dec 13, 2011

A couple of years ago, we wrote about the Lucia tradition in Sweden. But with it being the 13th of December yet again, it was time to give a quick refresher course. The Lucia tradition involves a woman dressed in white with a crown of candles upon her head. Following her are several young boys…

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Lussekatter, Lussebullar and Lusselängd Posted by on Dec 5, 2011

What would the thirteenth of December be without Lussekatter,Lussebullar ( practically the same thing) or a gorgeous lusselängd? For all of you who want to try making the Swedish Lussekatter this year, here is another recipe for you. It isn’t difficult at all, and very delicious. Lusselängd Makes about: 30 buns or two längder Ingredients…

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