Warm Up With A Traditional Swedish Supper At American Swedish Historical Museum On Saturday, January 26

Escape the chilliness of late January with a steamy bowl of authentic Swedish Pea Soup at ASHM. (Photo courtesy American Swedish Historical Museum)

In a cold weather conundrum? Find refuge at the http://uristocrat.com/2012/08/three-loco-riff-raff-dirt-nasty-andy-milonakis-featuring-diplo-we-are-farmers/ during their annual Pea Soup and Punsch Supper on Saturday, January 26.

The Ärtsoppa och Punsch supper dates back to the medieval times and is served as a hearty winter meal before Friday fasting.

The loaded ladles of Swedish pea soup start pouring at 6 p.m. and will be accompanied by authentic Swedish cheeses, breads and dessert.

Cap off the evening and toast the tradition with a glass of Punsch, a boozy arrack-infused drink. (Tip: have cash on hand if you choose to imbibe on any other cocktails.)

Admission is $20 for members of the museum and $25 for non-members. Reservations are necessary as seating is limited, so get on it, people.

Pea Soup and Punsch Supper
When: Saturday, January 26
Where: American Swedish Historical Museum
Cost: $20-$25
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