Finnish cuisine is hitting the streets of New York City. Acclaimed chef Richard McCormick will be cooking up gourmet, Nordic street food at NORTH Festival in New York City.
Chef Kari Aihinen of restaurant Savoy comes to New York City this September to feature the best of Finnish food and culture.
Warm the kitchen and yourself with this baked roll that is filled with spices, like cardamom, to ward off the winter chills.
Food from Finland is pure and simple – in the sea and in the archipelago, as well as deep in the forests. Join in and explore the best Finland has to offer.
Discover the wild, weird, and wonderful foraged foods of Finland. Chef Sami Tallberg has made it his mission and adventure to create using wild ingredients.
Chef Sasu Laukkonen, is passionate man who dedicated his heart to the kitchen at a young age. Join him as he creates pure food representing Finnish Cuisine.
At the International Culinary Center learn to cook Nordic just like a Grandma. Chef Sasu Laukkonen gets back to basics and tradition with the exciting class
Finnish flavors of salmon and dill get a kick from spicy mustard sauce.
Christmas classics like smoked ham and baked casseroles have long been popular in Finland, but recently new culinary traditions have developed.
Finnish food gets a bad rap but there is plenty to love from the Scandinavian country, including this sweet, cardamom-scented breakfast loaf.
Suchitra Vaidyaram with her own twist on Pulla, a Finnish sweet cardamom flavored bread.
Maria Laitinen takes a mental trip back to her native Finland with a wonderful summer pudding.
Maria Laitinen with a simple but delicious Finnish soup made from rhubarb.
Maria Laitinen serves up a Finnish flat bread traditionally made with oat, barley or potato. Say hello to “Rieska”.
From a land far up north, comes a homemade berry soup that works just as well in a land down under.