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By Clarissa Dickson Wright and Johnny Scott

Published 2004

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Swet is the Swedish for stew and this is a seventeenth century recipe I found when visiting Lekeslotte, a fantastic twelfth century castle on an inland sea 100 miles across. The summer exhibition at the castle was on hunting which in Sweden is mostly shooting or tracking moose or bear with hounds. There was even a room of different pelts for the children to feel, imagine trying such an exhibition in anti-hunt Britain. The Swedes are the nation that invented political correctness but