I know, I Know: the thought of rutabaga boxes cause stomach upset, let alone lipeäkala. It's not even capable of thinking.
no One is forcing (at least adults) to eat christmas food. But are they still forced to bark?
a Kind of christmas tradition looks like and hear a haukkujaiset. Christmas food review is the most obvious functional opening of the debate job for christmas lunch or an intermediate day of the local train.
Stop and think a moment: Will you in the christmas mood when I smell in the oven roasting the piparkakun of smell? Or taste the first slice of christmas ham? Does it involve the famous childhood christmas souvenirs?
Souvenirs, we have deposited with great care, and we will return again. Their importance should not be underestimated – nor traditions.
Christmas is once a year. I repeat. Once a year. The christmas table will be covered every year, the same food: box, rosollit, herring, ham, lipeäkalat... of Course, because it is a tradition.
no One seemed more proud to tell you that we eat traditional christmas food. But the hams and prepared the boxes (on top of that even the home itself) the sales figures of judging someone for their eating.
These foods are eaten our parents, our grandparents, isoisovanhempamme. The chain of generations is a long one. I don't want to be the one who decided to break from tradition, because my child has as much right as I, too, once to fall in love with imellettyyn potato box. If love does not light up, try to accept it.
When in Turku declares christmas peace, let's eat our rice pudding fruit custard. So do many others, and that is the best. Common experiences are great.
I don't understand the squealing that tapanina can't eat christmas food. All in celebration of the christmas food is used to prepare Finnish homes I'm sure the most time and effort. There is hardly any other party to cause as much martyrdom, and family disputes.
you must give the deserved value.