It’s nearly December. The days are short and the air is chilly and damp. We need something cheerful and warm to counteract the cold and lift our spirits. Why not invite friends over for a cozy afternoon of Swedish Glögg (spiced mulled wine) and some tasty Scandinavian treats?
Hosting a glögg party is very common during the month of December in Scandinavia. So common, in fact, that you may need to make appearances at several parties on any given Saturday or Sunday. Perhaps this is why glögg is best served in small cups.
Ready to host your own glögg party? I've got an easy and delicious menu to get you started. Just add some festive music, candles, a few evergreen boughs and a handful of good friends. There is perhaps no better way to spend a blustery December afternoon.