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I’ll find any excuse to bake with my favorite cardamom bought in Finland, including these dainty little cookies to have with ice cream this summer.
Is it a pie? Is it a cake? This heavenly Finnish Wild Blueberry Coffee Cake may be called a cake, but we’re not quite sure what it is – except delicious!
Blue is my new favorite color for Valentine’s Day. Our big-hearted relative Leena from Finland sent me a gift for this day of love.
Leena’s Finnish Slice Cookies are now my favorite cookie in the world. But one thing is better and that’s Leena herself. Come and meet her.
These Nordic Meatballs with sweet spices served with potatoes and lingonberry jam is a favorite dish of the Nordic countries and comfort food in the winter.
This weekend two culinary icons celebrated birthdays. Julia Child would have been 103 years old; Karl Fazer, age 149. Karl who, you say? Ask a Finn!
Having returned from an epic family trip to Finland just a few days ago, I am waking up each morning thinking of having coffee with our Finnish family.
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