Sima (Finnish May Day drink -- fermented lemonade)  When it's ready, the raisins float to the top!

Potlicker: Sima (Finnish Lemon Mead) May Day drink -- fermented lemonade) When it's ready, the raisins float to the top!

Wild strawberries (in Finland) taste like nothing else in the world.

Wild strawberries remind me of childhood and they taste like little pieces of Heaven!

angry birds :)

Funny pictures about Real Angry Birds. Oh, and cool pics about Real Angry Birds. Also, Real Angry Birds photos.

Kalakukko (fish pie).

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

Why Finnish Babies Don’t Sleep in Cribs | Reader's Digest-For expectant parents in Finland, their “bundle of joy” isn’t just the baby. Since 1938, new mothers and fathers have received a cardboard box, often used as the baby’s first crib, filled with a small mattress, blankets, infant clothes, outerwear, toiletries, and more.The Finnish government supplies the boxes, saying the gift encourages good parenting habits and aims to give all children an equal start.

Why Finnish Babies Don’t Sleep in Cribs

My grandmother had several gooseberry bushes. I remember how good they were to eat right off the bush.

Remember Grandma cleaning the stems off the gooseberries and making gooseberry pie and gooseberry jam.

Marimekko children's tableware

Marimekko Huhuli Kids Dinnerware Set Have dinner with the magical forest friends created by Aino-Maija Metsola with the Marimekko Huhuli Dinnerware Set. The grown-up style of the mug, narrowly rimmed plate, and dessert bowl are made acces.

Hellä Mietonen shampoo

Childhood memories from Finland. Mild and mildly scented shampoo for sensitive skin

leeasalvat

leeasalvat

Carelian Pie, a traditional stuff, with rice filling, with spread made out of salt, butter and coarse smashed, boiled eggs.

Karelian pasties and egg butter The food I grew up with.

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