The range of dairy products in a Finnish supermarket can seem overwhelming, but don’t cry over unspilt milk.
Slideshow: Restaurant Day (Feb 15) lets anyone set up a pop-up resto. The Helsinki idea has quickly spread in Finland and abroad.
Runeberg Day Feb. 5: Can our New York reporter re-create Runeberg tortes and convey their significance to the Americans?
Our American reporter discovers camaraderie and unexpected culinary experiences at traditional crayfish parties.
The Finnish summer means long days outside, summer cottages and fresh, seasonal cuisine (article includes recipes).
A Helsinki kiosk with 91 kinds of salmiakki candy draws customers who just want to try it or who can’t get enough of it.
Helsinki now offers more Michelin-starred restaurants than ever, with chefs creating exhilarating, locally sourced flavours.
See why oats are called a superfood and how Finnish oat products offer new ways to utilise their nutritional qualities.
In autumn, Finns feast on fresh local food. A Helsinki chef explains what’s so special about fall – and shares recipes.
Helsinki’s Johan & Nyström café serves Finnish berries and raw food in delicious treats that are good for you, too.
Chef Sami Tallberg uses Finnish wild food in his cuisine. It forms a growing trend – and a growing export for Finland.
When Simo Kuusisto left Finland at 19, he never imagined he’d end up making Finnish rye bread popular among New Yorkers.
Chef Sasu Laukkonen is making his mark on the Scandinavian gourmet scene and serving organic food at his Helsinki restaurant.
New businesses appear as Finland’s autonomous Åland Islands revisit local culinary heritage (includes pancake recipe).
What happens when a Finn buys a vineyard in Bordeaux and breaks with the regional winemaking traditions?
Finnish cuisine’s natural flavours put Finland on the gastronomic world map. Take a tasty tour, complete with recipes.
What could be better than brunch? We tour the capital's best brunch locations, from the traditional to the edgy.
On Finland’s autonomous Åland Islands, we taste champagne that spent nearly 200 years in a shipwreck on the floor of the Baltic Sea.
Finland offers beer-lovers a growing number of tasty alternatives to the generic uniformity of the big global brands.
On iPhone or internet, Nordic Food Glossary brings you all things edible in an array of Nordic languages.
East and west meet in Finland, where chefs combine international inspiration and high-quality domestic ingredients to create unforgettable dining experiences.
Do try this at home: We present the best of traditional Finnish cooking in recipe format.