discspeed wrote:International posters (or you couple of guys from Finland)...Share with us something we've not heard of.
I don't know the background here because I don't know what hissy fits were about because I missed them.
Karjalan piirakka (Karelian pirog in English which is a moronic translation btw.) with butter/egg mix on top fresh and warm is hard to top. It's rice filled thin rye dough crust that's a lot better done right than the components suggest. Getting great ones are near impossible for most Finns without traveling because it takes a very hot oven to make them right and that's not available everywhere.
Leipäjuusto (no translation that I know of) with black currant or cloudberry jam on top is heavenly. It's a dairy product that is fairly mild tasting by itself and like the name suggests is a little like bread but also cheese.
Hapankorppu (sour cracker or something like that) is a dry sour great tasting bread/salty biscuit mix tastewise luxury product eaten at parties in central Europe. Most of that is manufactured in Finland the largest producer in the world so it's far more common and cheap in daily usage here.
Crisp bread is also very common here and Finland is the second largest producer after Sweden.
Other Finns help me out what did I leave out beside a lot of fish foods of which salmon prepared in several way are probably most interesting to foreigners. Reindeer and elk with lingonberries (AKA cowberry I've been told) or lingonberry jam is great. So is a more rare treat bear from what I've been told. There aren't too many bears here so I've refrained from having it. The clan may take it as they will
Iit's expensive and rarely available anyway and by no means a regular dish here. The majority of Finns have probably never had bear.
Don't let the Swedes sucker you into smelling let alone tasting surströmming.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.