Andrew ventures to Finland, a country where traditional cooking still reigns but is also inspiring a new food trend known as new Nordic cuisine. Andrew finds out that Finns like to make the most of the fresh ...Go to Episode
Andrew begins his trek through Finland in the port town of Oulu where the Soker-Jussin Restaurant still serves up old-fashioned Finnish foods.
Pikisaarentie 2, Oulu 90100, Finland
Suomen Lounastuote Oy (Blood Pudding Factory)
Andrew visits this factory to see how blood pudding is made. It's a classic dish that's still served to school children in Finland.
Tetriläntie 14 90460 Oulunsalo, Finland
Kauppatori (Market Square)
Andrew makes a trip to Helsinki's market square, where he is treated to fresh fruits and vegetables, along with fresh fish.
Market Square, South Harbour, 00170 Helsinki, Finland
Andrew heads to northeast Finland to meet a family that eats the Eurasian brown bears they hunt.
Large Carnivore Center
Andrew travels south to meet two men who dedicate their lives to caring for rescued bears and other wild animals. They even create special meals for the bears!
Kuusamon Suurpetokeskus Oy Keronrannantie 31 93999 Kuusamo, Finland
Andrew takes a trip back in time when he visits the island of Hailuoto. An elderly woman shows him how she cooks seal and some other Finnish dishes.
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