Tag Archives: Recipe

Waffle Day

18 Mar

Our Lady of the… Waffle?

It would appear a play on words is actually the origin of this food-themed day. Learn more here, and then find a good recipe (like here for North American measurements or here for European measurements) to make your own!

Smaklig måltid!

New Dynamo issue!

23 Apr

Read it today!

News, sports, theater, recipe, nutrition, comics, and even a sudoku! Read all this and more today in the newest issue of The Dynamo!

Fastlagen 2011

8 Mar

Have your buns and eat them too!

This year “Fat Tuesday” falls on the same day as Women’s Day, today March 8. Some events in town are combining both traditions – why choose when you can celebrate both?

You can read a great history and description of Fastlagen, the stuff-yourself period preceding the privations of Lent in the old Swedish Catholic traditions, in this month’s issue of The Dynamo. There’s recipes, too!

Smaklig måltid!

New Dynamo issue

1 Mar

Read all about it!

It’s all here! News on tuition fees, Swedish and world celebrations, travel suggestions, lots of recipes and food advice, a movie review (the director just won an Oscar!), comics, etc.!

Want to get involved in the next issue? Email us at lund.dynamo@gmail.com!

1st Anniversary

28 Feb

The Dynamo celebrates its birthday with a new issue!

News, info, comics, reviews, travel, recipes, opinions, useful Swedish sentences…  It’s all in the current issue of The Dynamo!

Look for it around town or read it online here!

January 2011 issue

24 Jan

New Dynamo is out!

Back with more news, more tips, more entertainment, more info… Read it all here or find it in town!

November-December 2010 Edition

30 Nov

New Dynamo issue now out!

The hard work of our volunteers pays off once again! Read all about it! News, info, music, travel…

Look for copies around town or download the PDF here!

Christmas season starts

29 Nov

It’s beginning to look (and smell, and taste) a lot like Christmas…

Emil Norlander (1865-1935), Swedish journalist, songwriter and writer and producer of revues; seen here buying his "glögg" (traditional Swedish mulled wine) for the Christmas of 1916.

The lights are on all over town, there’s snow everywhere, there’s music in the air… And maybe you’re getting in the mood for a visit to a Christmas market? Don’t miss your chance to join the Internationella Kollegiet trip this Sunday – details are here.

The kind people at the Fredriksdal Museer Och Trädgårdar, where the market visit is taking place, shared this recipe with us – and now we share it with you!

Homemade mulled wine (glögg)

Ingredients (about 5 liters)

• 5 liters of light beer/non-alcoholic beer
• 50 g ordinary yeast
• 2.5 kg sugar
• 1 bag of cardamom seeds
• 1 piece fresh ginger (about 50g)
• 1 bag of bitter orange peel
• 1 bag of whole cloves
• 500g raisins
• 1 cinnamon stick
• 0.5 kg peeled and sliced raw potatoes

Follow these steps:
Use a bucket covered with a towel or plastic wrap, stick a number of holes or use a demijohn with airlock.

1. Pour beer and sugar in the pan and stir until sugar is dissolved.
2. Dissolve yeast in a glass of lukewarm water. Add the yeast and spices in the pan and stir/shake well.

Fermentation should start overnight.

3. Let proof for about 3 weeks. Stir/shake every day. The mulled wine is ready when there is no carbon (bubbles) left.
4. Let stand so that the sediment sinks to the bottom then pour the mulled wine into a clean container. Let stand one day and repeat, this time through a sieve to avoid turbidity. Let stand undisturbed for a week for clarification.
5. Time to bottle! If possible, use a syphon to avoid sediment.

New issue is out!

21 Oct

October Dynamo – soon all around Lund!

It’s here! The hot-of-the-press issue of The Dynamo is now out, thanks to the hard work and perseverance of an ever-growing team of volunteers and supporters!

Hard copies will be distributed in town, both on and off campus. If you’d like a sneak peak, you can find The Dynamo – Vol 2 Issue 4 right here in PDF form.

Recipe – Gooey goodness

15 Apr


by Nadine März

There are many variants of this wonderful chocolate cake, but the general idea is American brownine meets chocolate pudding. It’s not difficult to make, but keep an eye on it so it doesn’t bake too long and lose its ‘gooeyness’. Most recipes use cocoa powder, but melted chocolate is even better…

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