Sunvil Supper Club - Karlaby Kro's Berry Pie

For me a big part of the fun of going abroad for a holiday is trying the different food from that country.  

I enjoy strolling along and stopping to read the menus that seem to be outside all the restaurants and then deciding what to have.  I love to try different things and go to different places.  I've never been to Sweden but someday I'd really like to go, in fact if I was rich I'd go everywhere!

Berry Crumble

Berries are a big part of the Swedish diet - from berries that are familiar to the UK, such as blueberries and raspberries to the more exotic cloudberries and lingonberries. 
Sunvil have just launched the Sunvil Supper Club which is a great way to find and share genuine recipes from other cuisines around the world.  Each month, Sunvil will create a recipe card for an authentic dish from somewhere in the world, along with a brief history of the dish.

The recipe card will be posted over at the Sunvil Supper Club for anyone to try and comments and photos of your finished product encouraged.

Each month, Sunvil will also select a number of bloggers to be featured in that month’s Sunvil Supper Club, these bloggers will be sent a hamper, including a recipe card, along with all the necessary ingredients to create the dish.
They will then share their attempts, variations or inspiration with us. 

I was asked if I would like to participate for the August challenge to make this delicious Swedish berry Pie which comes from the Karlaby Kro Hotel in Skåne in Sweden.
The hotel has a wonderful local resturant which is a member of the 'Culinary Skåne Programme.  Swedish berry pie is a popular 'crumb pie' or 'smulpaj recipe in Sweden and is similar to traditional British crumble.
It's often cooked in the summer months, when berries from nearby Ingelsorp are abundant.

You can find the recipe for Swedish Berry Pie over at the Sunvil Supper Club.

Sunvil is a specialist independent travel company with 40 years experience arranging holidays to a wide range of fantastic destinations.

Sweden

Stockholm, Sweden.  Picture supplied by Sunvil website.

This is a sponsored post and I was sent the ingredients to make this recipe.

1 comment

  1. Lucky you Jan! That pud looks delish! xxoo

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Thanks for taking the time to comment - much appreciated.
Cheers
Jan




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