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Tällaisia me suomalaiset olemme ! / This is how we finns are like !

Told over the radio Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso was five seconds behind and he would be kept informed of his pace, a clearly irked Raikkonen retorted: ’Just leave me alone, I know what I’m doing!’

Then with 14 laps remaining, and running behind the safety car for a second time in the race, Raikkonen was told to keep working all four tyres.
Again his response was classic Raikkonen as he said: ”Yes, yes, yes, I’m doing that all the time. You don’t have to remind me every 10 seconds!”

The Finn is one of F1’s characters, and although a man of few words at times – and when he does speak, sometimes barely audible – he is undoubtedly at home behind the wheel of a car.

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▶ Visit Finland – 5 Things You Will Love & Hate About Finland

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IFK

ifk13Jääkiekkoseura IFK tietää kuinka saada huomiota. Punainen väri on heidän värinsä, mutta myöskin Venäjän, niinkuin sana KAMRAT. Ja toisella puolella Suomea on rakas naapurimme Ruotsi: EN GÅNG – ALLTID !

The ice-hockey team IFK knows how to get attention. The colour red is their colour allright but its also russian, so is the word KAMRAT. And on the other side of Finland is our dear neighbour Sweden: EN GÅNG – ALLTID !

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Miksi !? / Why !?

Miksi renkaita puhkeaa vielä 2000 -luvulla !? Se on niin… tyhmää…  Ja miksi ne puhkeavat pimeässä ja silloin kun kukaan ei ole lähettyvillä !?

/ Why do tyres blow up in the 2nd millenium !? It’s so… stupid… And why do they blow up in the dark and when there’s no one around !?

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Muovia / Plastic

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No… minä vain rakastan muovia ! Mitä se haittaa ? Se tuo vähän väriä kohta koittavaan harmauteen / Well… I love plastic ! What’s the harm in it ? Brings a little colour to this soon all grey environment.

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Yöelämää / Nightlife

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+ 28 viime yönä kello 12 !  Sitten tuli ukonilma ja lämpötila laski 10 astetta / + 28 last night at 12 o’clock ! Then, after the thunderstorm came, the temperature dropped 10 degrees

Kalakukko

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Kalakukko

Jotkut vanhemmat ihmiset ( erityisesti ) pitävät kalakukosta ja se pitää ostaa nimenomaan Kuopiosta ! Tämä on äitini ja isäni kalakukko… / Some old people ( especially ) are fond of Kalakukko and it must be bought from Kuopio ! This is my mom and dads…

Wikipedia:   ”  Kalakukko on suomalainen perinneruoka, yleisemmin Savossa tarjottu ja valmistettu. Se on rekisteröity Euroopan unionin aidoksi perinteiseksi tuotteeksi heinäkuussa 2002.

Kalakukossa ruistaikinakuoren sisään leivotaan yleisesti kalaa sekä sian kylkeä. Kalakukkoa paistetaan uunissa, perinteisesti leivinuunissa, paisto kestää 5–7 tuntia. Kalakukossa sana kukko ei luultavasti liity kanalintu-urokseen eli kukkoon, vaan nimen alkuperä on muualla. Yhden selityksen mukaan nimi liittyy kätkemiseen ja paketoimiseen, kalakukon kuori on siis eräänlainen kukkaro. Nimityksen alkuperänä voi olla myös huippua, kukkuraa tai kukkulaa tarkoittava sana kukku. Onhan kalakukko muihin leivonnaisiin verrattuna muodoltaan kukkurainen…   ”

/  ”  Some Finnish-speakers today find the name kalakukko somewhat amusing, as kala is Finnish for ”fish” and kukko is ”rooster”, leading to the oft used but non-morphological translation, ”fish cock”. However, the archaic form of kukko is derived from the same root as kukkaro (purse). Kukko also might come from a Finnish word of kukkula, hill, because the dish is elevated.

Kalakukko obtained Traditional Speciality Guaranteed (TSG) status in Europe in 2002…  

Kalakukko is a traditional food from the Finnish region of Savonia made from fish baked inside a loaf of bread. The Cornish pasty from Cornwall has the same basic idea of complete packed lunch. Kalakukko is especially popular in Kuopio, capital city of the Northern Savonia region. Kuopio is home to many kalakukko bakeries. The city also hosts an annual kalakukko baking contest.

Traditionally, kalakukko is prepared with rye flour (like ruisleipä), although wheat is often added to make the dough more pliable. The filling consists of fish, pork and bacon, and is seasoned with salt (unless the pork is already salted). After being baked for several hours, traditionally in a masonry oven, kalakukko looks much like a large loaf of rye bread. If prepared correctly, bones of the fish soften and the meat and fish juices cook thoroughly inside the bread. This results in a moist filling.

Traditionally, the fish used in kalakukko is either vendace (Finnish: muikku), or European perch (Finnish: ahven)…  ”