I was an exchange student in Sweden my senior year in highschool. I wasn't much into cooking at that time, but now I am. I had so much good food with my host family and now I'm trying to track down some of the recipes that I loved so much while I was there. One of them was a soft, flat, potato bread. It wasn't quite like what lefse appears to be. Not quite that thin. It was soft and pliable and when we made it we had some special tool that poked little holes across all the surface. It turned out brown and delicious. I have tried looking online but can't find quite what I think I'm looking for. Does this bread sound familiar to anyone? Second, my host mother also made these delicious pancakes. They were actually more like crepes, which I can find any number of recipes for, but she also made a baked, thicker pan-style version. I think it was a similar recipe, just baked, giving it a delicious golden crust. She then served it with jam, sugar and real whipped cream. My mouth is watering just remembering. I would love to make this some day if anyone can help.