A slice of Swedish Hospitality- Jenny and Erik

We are Erik and Jenny, 30 years old and we live on Davidshall Square, in the heart of Malmö but also have a summer house in Böste by the sea. Welcome to us!

A Slice of Swedish Hospitality offers visitors a unique chance to discover the cozy, everyday but still exotic side of Sweden by having dinner with a local family. You can’t get much closer to us Swedes than that!

Lunch, a Swedish Fika, coffe break, or supper in a private home will give you a chance to sample some Swedish delicacies, depending on the season and your host’s own preferences in the kitchen, and have a chat about everyday life. You can ask about culture and traditions, find out about local stories and anecdotes or get insider tips on what to see or where to shop. Without question the most authentic way of experiencing the most southern part of Sweden called Skåne.

We both work in the event and experience industry and when we're not planning someone else's event, we like arranging dinner parties and trips of our own. With that said, if you haven't already figured it out, our greatest interest is food and wine.

As much as we enjoy cooking our own food, we also appreciate to go out and try a new restaurants. We love to travel and a recent trip to Mexico has inspired us to experiment more with Latin American cuisine in the kitchen. In last few years we're taken at least one trip to Tuscany per year, Italian food is the best!

At home we cook food from all over the world and we are always keen to try new dishes.

We hope to meet people from all over the world, of different ages and with different backgrounds. What we have in common is our interest in food and culture.

We just bought a small summerhouse from the mid-19th century by the beach in the most Southern villages in Sweden and during the summer months you'd find us there, spending time in the garden and in the outdoor kitchen. We have no children or pets.

We can accommodate up to 8 people for dinner / lunch / coffee on both Davidshallstorg and in Böste.

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