This article is about a great way to cook vendace, aka muikku, a Finnish summer food that really should be an autumn and winter food and about Fish Seasonality and all that is involved around it.
A cozy recipe that will bring you back to the Nordic winter forests, this Nordic Chai has all the spices of a traditional chai, but the protagonist of this version are the fir needles that replace the tea, making this recipe caffeine free.
To follow I will introduce you to two ways to cook perch. One is the very traditional way, the way I learned from the locals. It comes along with a yogurt sauce that fits very well both with the perch fillets and the boiled potatoes that usually are served as a side dish to this delicacy. The other way has the Italian twist I always love to add to Nordic recipes. It has cherry tomatoes, thyme and a tangy caper mayo to go along with it.
So you juiced yourself some cold pressed cloudy apple juice and now you’re considering what to do with the leftover pulp. Look no further. This zero-waste apple granola is the answer you were searching for.
This Apple Glögi Concentrate tastes and smells like the Nordic Winter. A cozy and spicy non-alcoholic drink to warm up cold winter days, perfect also as a gift idea.
During the fall season, Oulu turns orange and yellow and shows off what in Finnish is called Ruska, the bright colors of autumn foliage.With my camera I tried to capture the beauty of this season in my town, Oulu, and I hope you’ll enjoy this virtual tour full of vibrant colors.