Finnish summer food

Suomen kesää parhaimmillaan – Finnish summer at its best!

Blueberries and chanterelle.

Chanterelles, along with clodberries, is the religion in Sweden. There's nothing, nothing, that tastes better than wild chanterelles.

Alles ist relativ... keine Angst vor deutscher Grammatik - es gibt Schlimmeres !

Conjugation

makes me all the more impressed with the fact that my dad learned rudimentary Finnish in his

Lingonberries

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

Washed an dried outside.

Mökillä - Finnish carpets - traditionally woven from scraps of left-over material called 'trasmattor'. My grandmother and some of her Finnish neighbors had a loom in a garage and they used to make rugs like these.

Finnish rye bread and real butter.

Bread and butter. One of my favorite foods in the world (especially if the bread is whole grains and the butter from Normandy) From Slaughterhouse were served rye bread and butter and salami with cheese and white wine on the flight home.

Karjalanpiirakka, Carelian pasty

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Finland is heavily dependent on its ice breaker fleet. Finland is one of a very few countries whose ports are all ice bound in a normal winter. The fleet of 9 ice breakers keep more than half of Finland's ports open all winter long.

~~ "Finland is heavily dependent on its ice breaker fleet. Finland is one of a very few countries whose ports are all ice bound in a normal winter. The fleet of 9 ice breakers keep more than half of Finland's ports open all winter long.

Sea-buckthorn berries. It has lot of vitamin C. In Finland Sea-buckthorn berry grows at the rocky sea side.

It has lot of vitamin C. In Finland Sea-buckthorn berry grows at the rocky sea side.

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