Obsessive ingredient photos for cookbook

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  1. BaconGlory says:

    It’s nice as art, but you can’t reuse those liquids.

    It looks like the flag of the Republic of Culinaria.

  2. Anonymous says:

    As someone commented earlier, it must be “lussebullar”. The small number of raisins and the abundance (two “kryddmått” (2×1 ml), I believe) of saffron (notice the unique shade of colour of the spice) gives it away. The brown stuff is indeed yeast, don’t you use yeast in USA?

  3. its_justin says:

    It’s beautiful, but I can’t help giggling at the idea of one of the world’s largest vendors of mass produced crap professing “Homemade is best”

  4. OriGuy says:

    Do they all have phony Scandinavian names, like Ëgg or bütter?

  5. Another Dave says:

    sort of clever but someone already did that with MRE’s,per packaged military meals.each pouch was open up and the contents displayed in the same way,right down to the sugar packs.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Umm…..if you follow the link, the recipe name is listed with the photograph. That’s the picture for Lussekatter. Here’s a sample pic –
    http://www.polar.se/expeditioner/swedarp2006_07/bilder/images/061213_Lussekatter.jpg

  7. muteboy says:

    you get home, there’s an egg missing, you have to go back, there’s a queue…

  8. apoxia says:

    I was with two people last night who basically orgasmed over these photos, and one person who didn’t understand why they were interesting. I just wondered if the cooking instructions involved mushing all the ingredients up with your hands on the table.

  9. blueelm says:

    That’s pretty cool, but do I really have to use two white eggs and one brown one?

  10. legotech says:

    When can I get a couple of copies? One for the cookbook bookcase and one to cut up and frame the bits to decorate the kitchen!

  11. snakedart says:

    From The Joy of Obsessive-Compulsive Cooking:

    After you’ve lined up your ingredients on the cutting board using a ruler and t-square, wash your mixing bowl and utensils four or five times, until clean. Check that the oven is still off before proceeding to Step 2.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Just look at them!

  13. scissorfighter says:

    That is cool. But I want to know what the heck the recipe is for, with 4 sticks of butter making up what looks to be at least half of the mass!

    • jackie31337 says:

      The brown lumps at the bottom left are fresh yeast. That combined with the dried fruit that this is some kind of pastry/danish or sweet (and greasy!) bread.

  14. Anonymous says:

    I’m just happy to have realized the upper-left ingredient is apparently brushed sugar, not gauze.

    Still curious about the modeling clay, tho.

  15. maralenenok says:

    My guess is this is brioche, if that brown stuff is fresh yeast? Seems like a pointless quantity of raisins, though.

    • jere7my says:

      I believe the brown powders are spices. Looks like a pound cake recipe to me: a pound of butter, 3 eggs, bit less than a cup of sugars, bit more than a cup of flour, a little milk, and flavorings.

      • maralenenok says:

        The brown stuff I referred to is the stuff in the lower left corner. The powders are obviously spices.

        • Donald Petersen says:

          Sure that’s not C-4 down there?

          The obsessive mind of a man who rakes his sugar and lines up so many alternating raisins is the mind of a clock-tower sniper, you ask me.

        • Anonymous says:

          That brown stuff is yeast. I can tell from the little fold marks on it from the packaging and from having seen many yeast packages in my life.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Gorgeous ingredients!

  17. Anonymous says:

    teapot.. yes… scummy norsk turds. not swedish at all. plus ikea still pay taxes for almost everything. the nehterlans acconts and stuff is just for a small percent and for kamprad to have full control over the company. its not hard to find fish that is more rotten. like the swedish goverment showing up att IKEA store openings and being ok with the “skatteflykt” just to promote the contry.

    OriGuy, you mean “Ägg” och “Smör” thats whats they are called. what kind of imaganery place do you come from?

  18. blueelm says:

    Yeah it does kind of make me want the cookbook though.

  19. osmo says:

    Hembakat = Home-baked

    Its lussekatter appearently heres a recepy
    http://annesfood.blogspot.com/2007/12/lucia-buns-lussekatter.html
    (its traditionally made for the celebration of st:Lucia in december but eaten kinda all through yule. Like most people here Ive eaten so much of the raw dough of this that I barfed more than once. Its that good… if your five.

  20. teapot says:

    Fuck Ikea. Any book of theirs should be titled:

    Skatteflykt är Bäst

    Scummy norsk turds.

  21. Anonymous says:

    reminds me of the non-worded instructional photo-plays of recipes cooked up by hot girls at http://www.twocupsfull.com

  22. mistersite says:

    My only question is what use they’re going to come up with for a little L-shaped allen wrench.

    Maybe a flat-packed, construct-your-own blender?

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