Getting bored with peanut butter and jelly now that the kids have been home a few weeks?
Next time you're at IKEA or a Scandinavian food shop, pick up a tube of Kalles caviar spread and some rye crispbread. Yes, I know the stuff looks more appropriate for toothbrushes than for crispbread, but trust me – it's so good that I'd serve it on new toothbrushes if that's all I had available.
A far better option, however, is to spread crispbread or Wasa crackers with a thin layer of butter, layer fresh lettuce leaves, hard-boiled eggs, and cucumbers on the buttered bread (or smørrebrød, as open-faced sandwiches are called in Denmark), and then squeeze the Kalles caviar spread over the top. The fish roe is just salty enough to pair beautifully with fresh vegetables and eggs … you may never go back to peanut butter!
Kalles caviar image ©2009 Kari Diehl, licensed to About.com.