How it works
1. Book your seats at the table for free. Please note that the booking is for seats at the table and local DIY recipes – no meals, chefs or table decor are included in the booking. The table is bookable every Wednesday and Friday between May to September.
2.Once you’ve made a reservation you will receive an email from your local contact about the experience and how to book add-ons like a cooking kit with basic supplies, a local chef or a foraging guide, accommodation and more
Why book add-ons? Foraging and cooking in nature is a fun and rewarding experience, but can also be a bit of a challenge. Why not book an add-on like a cooking kit or a local foraging guide? It makes it more relaxed and gives you the chance to learn more about the region and its cuisine.
Sourcing truly local ingredients in the forests of Sweden - the Edible Country.
Besides the fine DIY dining at The Edible Country, the region is rich in nature to explore: kayaking and canoeing on the glittering Lake of Orsa; extensive cycle tours tailored along 900km of marked trails through wilderness, mountains and towns. Hiking paths through the moorland and mountains of Fulufjället National Park where you can also visit Sweden’s oldest tree, Old Tjikko, and the country’s highest waterfall. Visit the guide Taste of Dalarna to find out more about local food and beverage producers, restaurants, cafes and farm shops.
Other Close to Nature Food/ Drink ExperiencesRenbiten - experience nature and taste Sami delicacies cooked over an open fire
Stay and dine on locally-produced ingredients at the Dala-Floda Inn
Skedvi bread – drop by the craft bakery to see how crispbread is made traditionally in wood-fired ovens.
Oppigårds – visit the local craft brewery in the small village of Ingvallsbenning with summer pubs and local food
Mat På Rigtigt (‘Food for Real’) - eat at the new restaurant in Stora Skedvi