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lingonberry | Jun 29, 200912:53 PM     32

I am looking for Swedish and Norwegian food in the Boston area - specifically a deli that might carry even just a few products. I've been surprised at how difficult it is to come by. I'm Scandinavian, originally from the Midwest and craving something from home. It's pretty expensive to ship it in, and Ikea isn't exactly what I have in mind.

This weekend, I am cooking dinner for some friends. I would especially like to find some potato sausage and some lingonberry sauce to show them what I eat when I'm home.

Has anyone stumbled across any Scandinavian products in the Boston area? I don't expect to find a specialty store, but perhaps someone knows of a store that carries a diverse range of international goods - meats, cheeses and other specialty foods.

Thanks!

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