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Old 5th-March-2009   #11

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You have said in some other post you want to come to live and work in Finland, sorry to say this, but you'll have problems with that approach...

I am just wondering, where in Nepal you have eaten Finnish food?
Well, you didn't read well. I was commenting on a post by some other Nepali guy who had posted very vaguely. As for me, I am already student here in Finland

now, back to topic, Yes I like pulla and makkara (very easy to make)

P.S. Nepal is a South-Asian country.
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Well, you didn't read well. I was commenting on a post by some other Nepali guy who had posted very vaguely. As for me, I am already student here in Finland

now, back to topic, Yes I like pulla and makkara (very easy to make)

P.S. Nepal is a South-Asian country.
Well yes, I know pretty well where your country is, luckily I am very good in cultural geography and a frecuent client of Nepalese restaurant in Helsinki...
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Salmon Soup


Im not sure if Salmon Soup is 100% finnish, but its the best. And I love PULA with a cup of coffee.
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Old 6th-March-2009   #14

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I have to say I was really happy to find I liked almost all of the Finnish foods and drinks I tried! Hard to pick a favourite, but I'll list a few I really liked.

I had a real soft spot for Pulla and would dive in whenever it was brought home. It never lasted long. I also had great fun making and eating the Prune Star Tarts all throughout December.

Rye bread I found was particularly tasty, as well as the Karelian pasties when heated with a little butter and cheese on top.

I loved Glögi, and drank it whenever I got the opportunity which happened to be quite often since it was the Christmas season.

I also got to try Karelian stew, which was so nice served over hot potatoes. Even just the ordinary sausage or meat soups were lovely. Very different from the sort of soups I've had before.

It's also true that the best salmon I've had has been in Finland. I'd even say the Baked Salmon was very close to being my favourite dish while there.

Although I did enjoy reindeer pie, despite feeling guilty eating Rudolph, I didn't like the slices of reindeer meat. Was far too smelly and very gamey.

However, the one thing I tried that I really did not like was those small silver fried fish. They served it a lot at the markets and on the outside stalls. I tried it with the garlic sauce it comes with and made quite a scene trying to get it out of my mouth quick enough. My partner loves it though, so more for him I say!
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salmon soup!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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