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Richard Morgan writing for NPR discovered the latest wild idea in dining. It’s literally in the outback of Sweden. An interesting government-supported program has a few of the nation’s Michelin chefs on board to create recipes that use ingredients that can be foraged from the rustic areas around a dozen picnic tables scattered across the countryside. Diners can book a table, show up and hunt and gather for your DIY foodie experience. Arrangements in advance can be made to have a chef prepare your meals. Click here for the NPR article.
|EAT SWEDEN. Called Edible Country, a Swedish gov’t. backed concept literally has consumers eating their way across the country. Hunt and gatherers can choose from a dozen sites in Sweden. Photo: Swedish Travel.|