Let's add a bit more of a salute to August Strindberg (1849-1912), since 2012 marks his centennial. This is a recipe for a minute steak ("lövbiff") with mustard. The origins of the dish aren't actually clear, and it's even unclear whether the Swedish author ever ate it.
Ingredients for four servings:
4 minute steaks (sometimes also known as cube steaks, thin cuts of red meat)
4 Tablespoons mustard
1 finely chopped onion
2 egg yolks
Mix mustard and egg yolks to a batter, spread it on one side of the steak and drizzle chopped onion on top. Put the steak in the frying pan batter side up, turn the steak once. Serve the steaks with fried or boiled potatoes.
Recipe courtesy of Chef Johnny Johansson at recept.nu.

Biff Strindberg seems like a variation on Biff a la Rydberg (originally introduced at the long ago disappeared Stockholm Hotel Rydberg) oftentimes called Biff Greta and served as a luxurious "pytt-i-panna" with ingredients served separate on a plate rather than mixed.