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IKEA's Swedish Christmas Julbord -- any good?


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IKEA's Swedish Christmas Julbord -- any good?

Big Bad Voodoo Lou | Nov 10, 2010 12:21 PM

IKEA is advertising a Swedish Christmas Julbord on December 10th, 2010, which looks like an interesting all-you-can-eat smorgasbord for $9.99. I like a lot of these foods and I'm curious about several of the others.

"Assorted Herring, Gravad Lax with Mustard Sauce, Smoked Salmon w/Horseradish Sauce, Whole Poached Salmon, Hard boiled Eggs with Shrimp, Swedish Cucumber Salad, Red Beet Salad, Swedish Potato Salad, Christmas Ham, Liverwurst Pate, Assorted Cheeses, Meatballs and Lingonberries, Prinskorv Sausage, Red Cabbage, Boiled Potatoes with Dill, Jansson’s Temptation, Lussekatter, Crispbread, Thin bread, Dinner rolls, Swedish Rice Pudding with Almonds, Assorted Desserts, Glogg, Coffee, Tea & Fountain Beverage"

Have they done this in years past, and has anyone gone? My wife doesn't share my enthusiasm for the IKEA restaurant (I love the meatballs!) or smoked and pickled fish and sausages in general, so I may have to go it alone.

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