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Mitä tänään syötäisiin? (What should we eat today?)

April 20, 2020

Now that a great deal of us find ourselves at home more often than before on account of coronavirus, food has become front and centre in many families.

There are lots of social media posts of people baking more bread now that they are home. It’s also been picked up by the media in outlets around the world. (The previous link is from the CBC in Canada.) I saw a link showing hilarious bread making fails too. 🙂

We have a freezer full of food and during ringette and hockey season we don’t have the time to put a lot of thought into our menu. Now that we have been home, we have tried a few things, and it’s fair to say, the food has been pretty good!

So what have we made?


Homemade pizzas (we do this a few times a year anyways, so this isn’t new)

One-pan Moroccan chicken and couscous

Avacado on toasted rye bread

Pulled moose meat with mushroom risotto and fried breaded zucchini

Carrot pie (with bacon)

Homemade hamburgers on the BBQ (we also do this a few times a year)

Pulled moose burgers (these were goood!)

Pasta carbonara (for the first time ever) The picture doesn’t do it justice, but really was very good.

Korvapuusti (for the first time ever) I will be tweaking the recipe the next time I do this. They looked like a total train wreck – but they tasted good!

Bon apetit! 🙂

2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 20, 2020 3:01 pm

    Thanks for trying my Carrot Tart, I’m glad you liked it. I had never heard of Korvapuusti before, they sound very yummy!

    • April 20, 2020 8:02 pm

      Awesome! 😀 The bacon added just a little bit more of a salty kick. I also used some grated zucchini. We really liked it.

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