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Local traditional beverage in Häme. Made of barley and rye malt and yeast.

Local traditional beverage in Häme. Made of barley and rye malt and yeast.

Mustamakkara

Famous black sausage in Finland, you must go to Tampere to try it!

Muikku - a speciality of Lake Saimaa. Savonlinna, Finland.

Muikku - a speciality of Lake Saimaa.

Leipoo, leipoo leipäsiä. Katonrajassa on vanhoja leipiä säilytyksessä. Oulu (Finland)

Leipoo, leipoo leipäsiä. Katonrajassa on vanhoja leipiä säilytyksessä. Oulu (Finland)

Toivakka    Kuva/Photo: Maalla/Hanna-Kaisa Hämäläinen  http://www.facebook.com/MatkaMaalle  http://www.keskisuomi.net/  http://www.centralfinland.net/

Toivakka Kuva/Photo: Maalla/Hanna-Kaisa Hämäläinen http://www.facebook.com/MatkaMaalle http://www.keskisuomi.net/ http://www.centralfinland.net/

'Finland - art nouveau' - Bing Images

'Finland - art nouveau' - Bing Images

Salty liquorice, called " Salmiakki" in Finland. This black, salty and strong candy requires a strong character to taste it! #salmiac #Finland

Salty liquorice, called " Salmiakki" in Finland. This black, salty and strong candy requires a strong character to taste it!

From Savonlinna with Love and Linnansaari National Park, with muikku (vendace)

From Savonlinna with Love and Linnansaari National Park, with muikku (vendace)

Finnish Beer - Ranin Kuopion olutta

Finnish Beer - Ranin Kuopion olutta

Mämmi is a traditional Finnish Easter dessert. Mämmi is made from water, rye flour, and powdered rye malt, seasoned with dark molasses, salt and dried powdered Seville orange peel. The mixture is then allowed to go through a slow natural sweetening process before being baked in an oven until set. Preparation takes many hours, and after baking the mämmi is stored chilled for three to four days before being ready to eat.Generally mämmi is eaten cold with either milk or cream/vanilla sauce…

Mämmi is a traditional Finnish Easter dessert. Mämmi is made from water, rye…

All Things Finnish

Something old Something new Something borrowed Something blue Little bits of Finland and anything.

Finland 50 Markkaa 1918 P 39 | eBay Finland now uses the Euro.

Banknote: 50 Markkaa (Finland) First Issue) (This would make for a nice note for me to frame and add to my seafaring pictures)

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