Nearly 70 people filled the basement of the Finnish American Heritage Society, in Canterbury on March 11.
They'd gathered for Culinary Delights, an annual demonstration and sampling of traditional Finnish and Karelian recipes. There was sweet Easter bread, carrot casserole, dill potatoes, Pasha, and Mammi. But it was the leg of lamb that had most in the audience salivating in their seats. Read More via Courant.