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The Finnish Cookbook

Author : Beatrice A. Ojakangas
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Presents recipes for both simple dishes and gourmet specialties that reflect traditional as well as modern Finnish cooking

The Finnish Cookbook Traditional and Modern Recipes

Author : Marit Peters
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Finnish food is influenced by its geographical position. It is next to Sweden and Russia and Finnish food shares similarities with those cuisines. Finnish food has also been influenced by Finland's harsh northern European climate where items were not able to be grown and those that were for a short time. This meany only a limited range of foods were available. Traditional Finnish foods are woodland berries such as lingonberries, cloudberries, wild strawberries and blueberries. Fish such as salmon and herring. Oats are a staple with porridge being a very popular dish in Finland. Rye is used in Finland to make traditional rye bread and crackers. It has been said of Finnish food that it is simple and has an emphasis is on fresh ingredients. Today foods from other world cuisines are naturally eaten in Finland but the traditional Finnish simple cooking using high quality fresh ingredients is a big part of Finnish cuisine today. Try some traditional and contemporary Finnish dishes in this book.

The Finnish Cookbook

Author : Beatrice A. Ojakangas
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Finnish Cookbook

Author : Louise Wynn
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This is the perfect Finnish Cookbook for you if you have ever wanted to make Finnish. Inside this book you are going to discover a few Finnish that you can make. You will learn to make Finnish Recipes, what are you waiting for? Grab a copy of this book and start cooking Finnish today!

A History of Cookbooks

Author : Henry Notaker
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A History of Cookbooks provides a sweeping literary and historical overview of the cookbook genre, exploring its development as a part of food culture beginning in the Late Middle Ages. Studying cookbooks from various Western cultures and languages, Henry Notaker traces the transformation of recipes from brief notes with ingredients into detailed recipes with a specific structure, grammar, and vocabulary. In addition, he reveals that cookbooks go far beyond offering recipes: they tell us a great deal about nutrition, morals, manners, history, and menus while often providing entertaining reflections and commentaries. This innovative book demonstrates that cookbooks represent an interesting and important branch of nonfiction literature.

The Lighter Side of Finland 6th Edition

Author : Russell Snyder
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The Lighter Side of Finland is celebrating its 22nd anniversary. The idea was to examine the Finnish culture and society through humor and facts. We believe this idea was a success, so every few years the book has been updated and revised to keep up with an ever-changing Finland. Finland is celebrating its 100-year anniversary of becoming an independent nation. It was a long, difficult struggle to achieve freedom, but it finally came in 1917. During the years that followed, the new country faced problems, threats and downfalls. It also observed times of development, progress and prosperity. And now, Finland has been acclaimed by researchers and journalists as an excellent place to live, work, do business and raise a family. We hope the 6th edition of The Lighter Side of Finland will bring you laughter, entertainment and enlightenment.

Hard Work Conquers All

Author : Michel S. Beaulieu
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Above the entrance to the Finnish Labour Temple in Thunder Bay is the motto labor omnia vincit – “hard work conquers all” – reflecting the dedication of the Finnish community in Canada. Hard Work Conquers All examines Finnish community building in Canada during the twentieth century. Waves of immigrants imbued the relationship between people, homeland, and host country with the politics, ideologies, and cultural expressions of their time. This collection of essays explores the cultural identities of Finnish Canadians, their ties to Finland, intergenerational cultural transfer, and the community’s connections with socialism and labour movements. It offers new interpretations of the influence of Finnish immigration on Canada.

Finns in Minnesota

Author : Arnold Robert Alanen
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This succinct yet comprehensive volume outlines the contributions and culture of Minnesota's Finnish Americans, perhaps best known for their cooperative ventures, their political involvement, and, of course, their saunas.

The Rough Guide to Finland

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The Rough Guide to Finland is the essential companion to this fascinating Scandinavian country with clear maps and coverage of all the best attractions. Packed with stunning photography and illustrations, explore the must-see highlights from the best summer and winter activities - including skiing, snowmobiling and reindeer and husky driving - to the remote villages that come to life in the summertime, with beaches, lake cruises and island hopping. Find detailed accounts of all Finland's major tourist attractions, including the cultural capitals of Helsinki, Turku and Tampere and the laconic seaside towns along Finland's southern and western coast, as well as sections on Finnish design and The great outdoors. You'll find informed, practical advice on what to see and do whilst relying on countless recommendations for Finland's best restaurants, bars, cafés, shops and hotels for every budget and style. With authoritative background on Finland's intricate history and expert tips on how to get around the beautiful national parks, this is your must-have guide. Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to Finland.

The Soup and Bread Cookbook

Author : Beatrice Ojakangas
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More than one hundred delectable and satisfying soup and bread pairings from beloved James Beard Cookbook Hall of Famer Beatrice Ojakangas When eating out, Beatrice Ojakangas’s mother told her, you could never go wrong ordering soup. And then, of course, there should be bread to go with it. Beatrice has been sampling soup ever since, and in The Soup and Bread Cookbook the James Beard Cookbook Hall of Famer takes us along on her “soup travels,” giving us delicious tastes from throughout the world and teaching us how to make them at home. International yet rooted in the rhythm of the Minnesota seasons—ranging from the cool, refreshing soups of summer to hearty winter fare—these soups, stews, and chowders take their inspiration from farmers’ markets and local organic grocery stores: real ingredients, always, and irresistible flavors. Whether it’s a basic broth or stock or a long-simmering vegetable-filled stew, there is a bread to go along—enough to fill a cookbook on their own, in fact. Here we have new potato spring pea soup together with chive-dill batter bread, or spicy mango melon soup with lemon poppy seed muffins, or super-simple salmon chowder with sour rye buns, or good old chicken and dumpling soup with Dutch raisin bread—or perhaps your craving is satisfied with Asian lemon-ginger soup with sesame sunflower breadsticks, or Avgolemono soup with pita bread, or Polish Easter soup with sourdough rye, or Brie and apple soup with fougasse. Whatever your palate desires, The Soup and Bread Cookbook will, as The Splendid Table suggests, “banish the Campbell’s from your cupboard forever.” Pull up a chair. Open the book. Soup’s on!