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This week Gordon is in Northern Finland where he’s exploring all this interesting country has to offer. But on the banks of an incredible river, where it shares the border with Sweden, Gordon is cooking up a root vegetable hash for an incredible breakfast. No Ikea furniture was assembled but Gordon did bring a bit of Sweden to the dish with some sausage! Rainy and in the height of summer, this is an incredible breakfast dish!
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