Photos: Here’s what a Swedish Julbord looks like in Petaluma

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Julbord is a beloved piece of the Nordic celebration of Christmas. This feast of cured meats, seafood and cheeses often takes place in association with Lucia Day on Dec. 13, which was long considered the darkest day of the year in Sweden. Petaluma’s sole Swedish restaurant Stockhome marked this cultural tradition with a sold-out smorgasbord on Saturday.

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