...I hear you ask!
A Semla is a Swedish pastry that consists of a bun, some almondpaste, powdered sugar and whipped cream. Most people eat it as it is, with a spoon or their hands - preferably with coffee on the side. SOME people eat it centered in a bowl of hot milk. *yikes* They call that "hetvägg" - "hot wall" - and it's not something I like personally. I do like the Semla, but it's quite rich, so I prefer to share one with someone, or save the second half for later.
Anyway - you eat the Semla around this time of year, even if the bakeries start selling them directly after tha holidays, sometimes. So - take a peek at the pic and see what the Swedes are munching on. Yum!