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What is Finnish Food? “What do they eat in Finland?” I asked Mike, almost immediately after we found out we were headed there (this was quickly followed by “how do we not freeze to death?”). I couldn’t name a single Finnish dish, and I really had no idea what to expect. I mean, in a place so frozen most of the year, what could they possibly be eating?

What is Finnish Food?

Scandi Home: Finnish Christmas Porridge - I just made this with coconut milk and almond milk... To die for.  My husband is in heaven.  He hasn't had any for five years!

Finnish Christmas porridge: rice porridge with stone fruit stew. wanna learn more about my heritage: Finland

Saturday's pulla :-)                           by  Zara Miravent

Saturday's pulla :-) by Zara Miravent

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Infografiikka

Toinen perinteinen muoto on ruisreikäleipä, joka on leimallisesti länsisuomalainen. Se on ohut, siinä on ripustusreikä ja se on tarkoitettu säilymään kauan. Länsi-Suomessa syötiin enimmäkseen tällaista kuivattua ruisleipää ja sitä leivottiin vain pari-kolme kertaa vuodessa suuret määrät kerrallaan. Reikäleipiä säilytettiin tuvan katossa (laessa) olevissa vartaissa.     Kuivattu ruisleipä säilyi hyvin yli talven ja käytettäessä sitä kostuttettiin ensin syötäväksi

Toinen perinteinen muoto on ruisreikäleipä, joka on leimallisesti…

Oh my, I haven't found these before.   Dozens of recipes of traditional finnish food. Check especially from Breads and cheeses the recipe of Karelian pasties!

Do try this at home: We present the best of traditional Finnish cooking in recipe format.

Kaalikääryleiden täytteessä voi helposti soveltaa omia makumieltymyksiään…

Kaalikääryleiden täytteessä voi helposti soveltaa omia makumieltymyksiään…

Our search for a great cup of seasonal glögi (mulled wine) takes us to Hvitträsk, a fairytale mansion not far from Helsinki.

Melting away the chill: Glasses of glögi and a blueberry-oat cookie sit on a snow-covered outdoor table at Hvitträsk. You can also enjoy the drink indoors.

Potlicker: Sima (Finnish Lemon Mead)

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

Whether it’s on top of a table or inside a proverb, rye bread has long been a cultural and nutritional cornerstone for Finns.

Whether it’s on a table or in a proverb, rye bread has long been a cultural and nutritional cornerstone for Finns. It was also voted Finland’s national food for the centenary celebrations of the country’s independence, in

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