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Finnair Offers Limited-Time Menu Created by Finnish Gourmet Chefs

Finnair Offers Limited-Time Menu Created by Finnish Gourmet Chefs


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Helsinki-based airline Finnair, as part of its 90th anniversary celebrations, recently announced a limited-time, signature gourmet menu created by Finnish chefs Pekka Terävä and Tomi Björck. Available this fall on business class, long-haul flights (including those from Chicago, Miami, and New York), the menus will offer classic Finnish cuisine with a modern twist and include complimentary prize-winning wines.

"In-flight dining is an important part of a distinctive travel experience," said Maarit Keränen, head of service concept at Finnair. "Both Pekka and Tomi have a fresh style that is distinct from the mainstream. Pekka Terävä's classic Nordic flavors are a natural fit with Finnair's identity; while Tomi Björck's Finnish take on Asian cuisine supports our Eastward outlook. I believe that the new meals will delight Finnair's customers and raise the international profile of Finnish culinary culture."

Pekka Terävä, a chef at Helsinki's Michelin-starred Restaurant Olo, designed a menu featuring classic Finnish cuisine, such as reindeer filet and organic barley. "My menu is influenced by the purity of Finnish nature, taking advantage of Finnish natural ingredients — such as seasonal vegetables, wild game and fish," explained Chef Terävä.

In contrast, Tomi Björck took a modern approach with his Thai and Japanese-inspired menu, which features meat and vegetarian dishes, such as butternut squash dressed in Asian spices, Japanese ramen noodles, and spicy salmon. "My chosen ingredients are meant to reflect the passion in modern Asian cuisine," said Björck, the owner of the award-winning Farang and Gaijin restaurants in Helsinki.

Finnair connects 13 cities in Asia with over 60 destinations in Europe, and flies more than 8 million passengers annually. The airline, which is a pioneer in sustainable flying, operates a young, modern fleet and has the highest score of a publicly disclosing airline in the worldwide Carbon Disclosure Project. Finnair is also the only Nordic airline with a four-star Skytrax ranking and has won the World Airline Award for Best Airline Northern Europe for the past three years.


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Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


Exquisite Dish

Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


Exquisite Dish

Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


Exquisite Dish

Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


Exquisite Dish

Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


Exquisite Dish

Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


Exquisite Dish

Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


Exquisite Dish

Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


Exquisite Dish

Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


Exquisite Dish

Exquisite Dish Heads to the Classroom

In partnership with the Fairfield Continuing Education program in Fairfield, Connecticut, Exquisite Dish is bringing the basics of gourmet gluten-free baking to a classroom setting near the shoreline. Gluten-free living is an essential tool for the successful treatment of celiac disease and is increasingly recommended by physicians and nutritionists as a way to address a host of additional auto-immune disorders, IBD and other ailments. But baking gluten-free from scratch can be an intimidating experience for novice bakers, for those with limited time, and also for those who miss specific tastes and textures of gluten-filled foods. With this class, Exquisite Dish will demystify the baking process and guarantee first-rate results for all of your efforts in the kitchen!

In the course of four, two-hour sessions on Thursday evenings in February and March, participants will learn how to make gluten-free baguettes, a bundt cake, pizza, and another recipe chosen by majority vote.  It is a perfect opportunity to overcome a reliance on sub-par processed foods, expand your menu options and ask any lingering questions you may have about gluten-free cooking and baking or about resources for celiac disease.

This course will include copious information on topics such as recommendations for dining out, the properties of various gluten-free ingredients, favorite websites and cookbooks, gluten-free kitchen essentials, substitutions and accommodations for additional dietary restrictions. Students will also receive samples, a baking pan and a pocket guide to gluten-free living published by the Celiac Center at Columbia University in exchange for the course materials fee. 

Participants do not need to be residents of Fairfield, Connecticut. Register online by visiting fairfieldcontinuinged.com and searching course descriptions for Gourmet Gluten-Free Baking. If you are unable to attend the course but would like to receive in-depth instruction on an individual or small-group basis, please contact us about our new consultation services.


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Comments:

  1. Montae

    it is possible to close a space?

  2. Vikinos

    there are some normal

  3. Zacarias

    full of FOOFOL !!!



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