The cinnamon bun day, the semla day, the crayfish day, the herring day, the hot dog day, the waffles day, the day of apples, licorice, pancakes… the list goes on. What you've just read are all the names of Swedish celebrations of food.
In Sweden, food is almost a sort of a religious cult, and treated with great appreciation and awe.
I don't even know how it turned out like that, but for me Sweden has the top-notch cuisine. And I'm speaking of quite simple dishes, like a piece of salmon with fingerling potatoes seasoned with traditional sauce, or tomatoes-rocket-avocado type of salad, bread, fried herring or the famous shrimp sandwich.