The 19th century Kvekgården meets the 2018 Fjordhundraland
On Sunday 19/8, the project invites Historical food in Fjärdhundraland into a day of small-scale food and history Kvekgården, the well-preserved old farmhouse just outside Örsundsbro.
The event provides a different taste experience from the time the farm was used, but you also meet three of today's food craftsmen from the village. You can meet some of the farm animals of old country breeds and hear the exciting stories about how life at Kvekgården shaped around the middle of the 19th century.
Time: Sunday August 19 at 11-16.
Lagunda Hembygdsförening guides at 12 and 14.
Taste Sluring, an old dish from Kvekgården's time.
Iron band according to old recipe.
Franzéns Charkuterier sells during the day an Isterband according to old recipe, and its high-quality charcuteries according to contemporary artisanal methods - sausages and charcuteries without nitrite and other unnecessary additives. Air-dried hams, fresh sausages, and meat from own Linderöds pigs that have lived a good life outdoors with a lot of baking in large fields.
A green oasis
Here you can buy the Uppland cube, a traditional Swedish bread as it was done before. The cooked bread is based on a recipe originating from the period 1880-1899.
A green oasis is a bakery and bread stall in Grillby, which specializes in Upplandskubb. Nearly produced, organic and fair trade as far as possible.
Cook coffee with cookies according to old recipes.
Matlust café is located in the old farm shop next to the perennial farm in Tuna garden a bit east of Örsundsbro. Here you are served homemade cakes, light lunches and sandwiches. There are also options for those who cannot eat gluten or lactose, as well as vegan bread.
Resta farm brings with it some animals of old lantra.
At Resta Gård the animals live a natural life all year round, far from large-scale meat production. Here, taste, quality and ecology go hand in hand in the work of producing the finest raw materials our landscape can achieve. Also offers experience packages where you can meet the animals and participate in various chores. We offer meat and vegetable boxes and a milk stand with self-service. We also have a coffee shop.
Folk music on violin and guitar.
The project Historic food culture in Fjärdhundraland.
With support from the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development through the Swedish Board of Agriculture.