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Place of originSweden
Serving temperatureHot and cold
Main ingredientsBread, butter, and cheese

Smörgåsbord (Swedish: [ˈsmœ̂rɡɔsˌbuːɖ] (audio speaker iconlisten)) is a type of Scandinavian meal. It comes from Sweden. It is a buffet-style meal with multiple hot and cold dishes. It is presented on open-face sandwiches.

Smörgåsbord became well known at the 1939 New York World's Fair.[1] It is usually a meal for celebrations.

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  1. "Straight-up Scandinavia: Understanding the smörgåsbord". Gadling. Retrieved 12 January 2015.