Resources - Food
Serving good food in a warm and cozy atmosphere is all a part of making you feel at home. We like home cooking – and plenty of it. You need fuel to keep you going out in the snow each day you certainly won't go hungry here! We all eat together and, where possible, we like to give you a taste of Sweden with dishes made from local produkts like moose and reindeer meat, thin crispbread, lingonberries, trout or pike and lots of organic products. We do also serve you with food produced on our own farm such as lamb and beef, eggs and milk.
If you have special dietary requirements, please let us know.
The art of the grill
Where there is fire there is flavor… Many of our meals – particularly our lunches – are prepared over an open fire. There is an art to grilling but it is a flexible one. We like to play with the heat and be creative. Lumps of birch wood blended with organic charcoal give a great taste to the food that we will serve outdoors or in our tipi.
Ice fishing is one of the most popular activities next to the dog driving. Pike is our target and it is a delicacy lightly salted and hot smoked. We use our own little smoke and it is alder chippings that gives the fish a special flavor. Smoking is a process of flavoring, cooking or preserving food by exposing it to smoke from burning or smoldering plant material, most often wood. Give it a try!
Many plants and berries can be used to cook juice with great flavor. Älgört (Moose grass) is a 50-100 cm high plant with cream colored flowers that smell a little like almonds. It has been used since ancient times to spice up beers and other spirits. The flowers contain an acid which helped pharmacists to create the trade mark called Aspirin. 20 flowers Älgört, 1,5 L water, juice from 2 lemons, 25 g lemon acid, 1,5 kg sugar; mix all ingredients and leave them for 5 days, enjoy.