In this blog, we take a look at some of the features that make the typical Finnish summer: family events and food and drink.
We have a new self-guided online course out! It’s called “Your neighborhood nature in Finland”. In it, we take you through the changes nature goes through during our four seasons. We’ve also included a recipe book with this course to that you can better enjoy the bounty Finnish nature offers.
In our blog this week, we give your tips for eating your way through Finland. We list a number of resources you can use to source fresh food in Finland.
This coming Sunday is Shrove Sunday. The following Tuesday is Shrove Tuesday. In this blog post, we introduce you to Shrovetide traditions in Finland.
Christmas is next week and people are busy cooking. In this blog post, we talk about traditional Finnish Christmas foods. It includes a link to a downloadable free recipe booklet.
Moving to a new country can be scary if you have life-threatening allergies. In this blog post we give you a few tips that make it easier for you to live with your allergies in Finland.
Finns are milk drinkers. And thus the milk isles in the grocery stores are full of different types of milk products with their color coding. We explain the colors here.
Have you been invited to a crayfish party? Lucky you! You are in for a treat and a lot of fun. Read here what to expect from the party
It’s berry season in Finland! Go and exercise your everyman’s rights and pick berries to your heart’s content. Or buy them from the grocery store. Here’s a recipe for a delicious blueberry pie for you to try.