Russian Caricature Of The Day: Traditional Swedish Recipe

Recent IKEA meatball news hit me hard. I’ve been a fan since the first time I’ve tried them years ago. And even though I stopped buying IKEA meatballs when my kid decided to stop eating pork, it’s still pretty sad. Not that I care about eating horse meat,  I am sure I unknowingly ate it more than once during my lifetime. If anything, this proves my long-held belief that we get too much information about the food we eat, with all the ingredient lists and nutrition tables. What we don’t know doesn’t hurt us.

This caricature is by Sergei Yelkin - a Russian cartoonist whose blog I’ve been following for years. I just translated the labels to share with the English-speaking audience. If you would like to see the original Russian version, please click here.

Russian Caricature Of The Day: Traditional Swedish Recipe

Traditional Swedish Recipe.©Sergei Yelkin

  • RussianInAmerica

    That’s really sad how uninformed we are about the food we buy and eat.