Kuksa - wooden mug from Lapland, Finland, filled with Lingonberries and Blueberries.

Kuksa - wooden mug from Lapland, Finland, filled with Lingonberries (puolukka) and Blueberries (mustikka).

Lingonberry. In Finland everyone can pick wild berries, mushrooms and flowers, as long as they are not protected species.

Lingonberry ("puolukka" in Finnish). In Finland everyone can pick wild berries, mushrooms and flowers, as long as they are not protected species.

Kaalikääryleet (cabbage rolls). | 42 Traditional Finnish Foods That You Desperately Need In Your Life

Kaalikääryleet (cabbage rolls) Steamed cabbage leaves stuffed with beef, onions and spices. Typically served with lingonberry jam.

Blazed salmon - loimulohi, a special treat. Photo by Micke-fi, via Flickr

Blazed salmon - loimulohi, a special Finnish treat.

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Kalakukko (fish in ryebread crust) by Hanna Partanen. This is what I was brought up with.

Finnish Cranberry Whip (Vatkattu Marjapuuro)  								I found dessert this especially for the World Tour.  It looks ridiculously delicious!

Finnish Cranberry Whip (Vatkattu Marjapuuro)

~~ "Finnish Cranberry Whip (Vatkattu Marjapuuro) I found dessert this especially for the World Tour. It looks ridiculously delicious!

42 Traditional Finnish Foods That You Desperately Need In Your Life

42 Traditional Finnish Foods That You Desperately Need In Your Life // Kalakukko (fish pie).

Lihapullat (meat balls). | 42 Traditional Finnish Foods That You Desperately Need In Your Life

Lihapullat (meat balls).

Meat balls, traditionally served with kermaviili (a meat stock and cream sauce).Find a recipe here.

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