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Arctic wild berries are distinctively featured in Finnish cuisine with their strong flavor and high nutrient content. It is quite common to go picking berries straight from the forests. Wild raspberries, bilberries and lingonberries (cowberries) are found almost in every part of Finland, while cloudberries, cranberries, arctic brambles and sea buckthorns grow on more specific areas. The wild strawberry (metsämansikka) with strong aroma is also a seasonal delicacy used for cakes or ice cream.

Arctic wild berries are distinctively featured in Finnish cuisine with their strong flavor and high nutrient content. It is quite common to go picking berries straight from the forests. Wild raspberries, bilberries and lingonberries (cowberries) are found almost in every part of Finland, while cloudberries, cranberries, arctic brambles and sea buckthorns grow on more specific areas. The wild strawberry (metsämansikka) with strong aroma is also a seasonal delicacy used for cakes or ice cream.

Finnish Food; the cuisine of Finland has evolved into mix of old and new.

Finnish Food; the cuisine of Finland has evolved into mix of old and new.

The perfect dessert for dieters or those watching their weight: From Finland, the pure apple delight of Finnish Apple Snow!

The perfect dessert for dieters or those watching their weight: From Finland, the pure apple delight of Finnish Apple Snow!

Salmon Soup.    Eat Finland! - thisisFINLAND: Arts & culture: Cuisine

Salmon Soup. Eat Finland! - thisisFINLAND: Arts & culture: Cuisine

Scandinavian cuisine is a wonderfully distinctive world of simple, hearty ingredients culled from the cold ocean, the woods, the mountains, and the garden. From cured salmon to pickled gherkins, from reindeer meatballs to potato salad, the fare of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark (along with Finland, Iceland, and other countries included in certain geographic definitions of Scandinavia) has a spare elegance, one easily honored and emulated—to healthful effect—in the home kitchen.

Scandinavian cuisine is a wonderfully distinctive world of simple, hearty ingredients culled from the cold ocean, the woods, the mountains, and the garden. From cured salmon to pickled gherkins, from reindeer meatballs to potato salad, the fare of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark (along with Finland, Iceland, and other countries included in certain geographic definitions of Scandinavia) has a spare elegance, one easily honored and emulated—to healthful effect—in the home kitchen.

You will never look at meatloaf the same way again after you try this delicious dish from Finland: Finnish Pork Loaf with Apples!

You will never look at meatloaf the same way again after you try this delicious dish from Finland: Finnish Pork Loaf with Apples!

Eat Finland! - thisisFINLAND: Arts & culture: Cuisine

Eat Finland! - thisisFINLAND: Arts & culture: Cuisine

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Move Over Noma: 2011's Coolest Culinary Trend Is Finnish

On the cuisine of Finland

Finnish Cuisine - Billnäs, Finland

Finnish Cuisine - Billnäs, Finland