Name: Stefan Mehr
Occupation: Executive Director at Bonnier Media University
Neighborhood: Vasastan in Stockholm
Relationship status: Married and longing for my wife who is visiting in Boulder, Colorado, much far away from Sweden
What did you eat today?
For lunch: Smoked pepper pork with pickled and knuckle of pork and mustard, sauerkraut, roasted vegetable and shiitake.
For dinner: As a starter: Nettles soup, scallops, bleak roe and baked farm egg.
Main course: liquorices, tendered steak with Swedish fresh potatoes and tomato.
Dessert: Elderberry ice cream, raspberries with chocolate and pistachio.
… No, I’m not kidding. This is what they served at the place where we have our media programs.
What do you never eat?
Blood pudding [FYI for you non-Swedes, I always thought blood pudding was a kind of sausage, and it is in England or Scotland. But Swedish blood pudding is really more like a pudding made of blood. --Ed.]
Complete this sentence: In my refrigerator, you can always find:
Kalles Kaviar (a typical Swedish fish spread that you can find abroad only at IKEA), and dark chocolate
What is your favorite kitchen item?
For the moment my lemon squeezer and cappuccino milk foam maker. Did I forget my new smart and slick Danish tea boiler.
Where do you eat out most frequently?
At my local Sushi bar Ki Mama, the best in Stockholm.
World ends tomorrow. What would you like for your last meal?
It used to be calf kidneys flambÃ©. Now, maybe oysters…