5. Smoked Salmon
The Swedes know how to design good-looking furniture on the cheap. They also know a thing or two about smoking fish. This smoked salmon ($4.99) is pink, delicious, and delicate. Put some in your cart. You'll be glad Sunday morning.
4. Lingonberry Preserves
Tart and sweet, it's the European version of cranberry sauce. Lingonberry preserves ($3.99 a jar) goes great with Swedish meatballs, but try it with some baked Brie or on a bagel. Beats the crap out of strawberry jam.