It's back! Every Thursday - Homemade traditional yellow pea soup accompanied by Pancakes, blueberry jam and Punsch!

In Sweden, it is traditional to eat pea soup on Thursdays and it is said to originate from the pre-Reformation era, as preparation for fasting on a Friday.

 

The soup is made of yellow peas.

 

Originally the soup was served with mustard and ham on the side with pancakes for dessert. In Sweden the meal is accompanied by Swedish punsch as beverage.

 

Since we are big fans of tradition, we will now be serving Yellow Pea Soup every Thursday! Come in and have a try...!

 

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