Svartsoppa (Swedish cuisine): Svartsoppa (literally "black soup" in Swedish) is a soup traditionally consumed and mainly in Skåne, in the south of Sweden. The main ingredient is goose (or sometimes pork) blood, and is often served before a roast goose dish at Mårtens gås dinner on November 10, St. Martin's Eve (*) (11 November), reminiscent of the Roman Catholic feast dedicated to Martin de Tours (**). The black soup existed in many ...
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