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Do you have a party to organize and you don’t have the time? Housewarming, your birthday, christening, your child’s birthday party, or just dinner for your friends… we can provide you the services you need. From food preparations, to party activities, to party favours that you can give your guests, we’ll deliver!

We offer buffet of finger foods, tapas, appetizers, or barbeques and picnics or a full meal sit down dinner for your family and friends so you can enjoy your day, relax and have fun without the stresses of doing the grocery shopping, chopping and slaving in the kitchen for hours on end.  We’ll even clean up after!

Whatever the occasion, whatever the needs, Party Fairies are here to make your events spectacular.

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(Tampere based)

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Inspirations... Chili Chicken Fingers!

Inspired by one of the best group of people, I have had the pleasure of working with, here's my take on an all time favourite "Tupelo Chicken" from Hard Rock Cafe. Served with home made Honey mustard sauce, this is a very good beer companion, hands down! ROCK AND ROLL!

A catering for a new Christian!

Last Saturday was a special catering day for me. Not just for the fact that another child was brought to this world to be a Christian, but also for the fact that this child is very special and dear to my heart. My neighbour and good friend, theater writer and director Anna Elina, waited for this child for a long time. So I am very pleased to be the one serving for this very special occasion.

A simple but classic table setting with royal blue trimmings, held the buffet that consisted of the all time favorite: Lumpiang Shanghai (spring rolls), Vegetarian Quiche, Prawn crackers, Summer Salad, home made Malt bread, and the new addition to our menu, Kilawing Salmon (Ceviche).


Don't stress, don't fret! The party fairies are here!!!!


Do you have a party to organize and you don’t have the time? Housewarming, your birthday, christening, your child’s birthday party, or just dinner for your friends… we can provide you the services you need. From food preparations, to party activities, to party favours that you can give your guests, we’ll deliver!

Buffet of finger foods, tapas, appetizers, or barbeques and picnic or a full meal sit down dinner for your family and friends, we’ll let you enjoy your day, relax and have fun without the stresses of doing the grocery shopping, chopping and slaving in the kitchen for hours on end.  We’ll even clean up after!

Check out this luau party:  http://riashawaiianbday.blogspot.com/
Or this Hannah Montana themed birthday party:

Whatever the occasion, whatever the needs, we’ll cater to your every whims to make your events spectacular.

(Tampere based)


Goin' Suomalainen!!!!

It may have been the spirit of the lady baker that once lived in my house, but I guess am embracing this Finnish citizenship way too seriously!!! I recently learned how to make some good traditional Finnish food. And when I say traditional, its like "Adobo" or "Pakbet" to us Filipinos.

Ruisleipä - Sourdough - Ryebread

 Thanks to Toni's aunt Meeri who lives in Lieksa, I got a hold of a good juuri (starter mix) to make ruisleipä. And I am determined to make it last for a long time.

Rice Pies
 Karjalan Piirakka - Karelian Pasties

 These heavenly pies has TSG (Traditional Specialty Guaranteed) status. And I am proud to say that even if it didn't look as good as the traditional pies, these pies I made were certainly delicious!


Easter treats....

 Edible Birds nest and frosted vanilla cookies

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Dulce de Leche / YEMA balls

Yema Balls
20 pcs. 8 €

Delivery in Tampere area

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From Wikipedia:
Dulce de leche is a thick, caramel-like milk-based Argentinian sauce or spread.

Literally translated as "sweets made of milk," it is prepared by slowly heating sweetened milk to create a product that derives its taste from caramelised sugar. Its origin is widely debated, but there's no doubt that it's origin was in Argentina or Uruguay. and it remains popular throughout Latin America, where it is known by this name in Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia, Paraguay, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Costa Rica; in Chile, Ecuador and Panama (where it is known as manjar); in Peru and Colombia (where it is known either as manjar blanco or arequipe depending on regional variations); in Mexico and Nicaragua (where it is known as cajeta); and in Brazil (where it is known by its Portuguese name doce de leite).

A French version, known as confiture de lait, is very similar to the spreadable forms of dulce de leche. A Norwegian version, Hamar pålegg ("Hamar spread"), better known as HaPå, is a relatively thick and not so sweet commercial variant.

Black Forest mini

Black Forest Cake

Good for 4 to 6 pax

Delivery around Tampere area


Chocolate Cheesecake

Chocolate Cheesecake
23 X 23 cm

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Deliveries in Tampere, Finland

Cheesecake was alread a popular dish in Ancient Greece (776 BC) before Romans adopted it with the conquest of Greece. The earliest attested mention of a cheesecake is by the Greek physician Aegimus who wrote a book on the art of making cheesecakes.
Variations of cheesecakes emerged after different cheeses has been invented. Different regions, makes different cheeses, thus, produce different cheesecakes. 
March 6th in America, is the National Cheesecake day! :)   


Lemon Meringue Pie

Lemon Meringue Pie (tartlets)

12 pcs. per pack

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(deliveries in Tampere, Finland area)

Can also be ordered in a pie tin 9 in (23 cm)

Elizabeth Coane Goodfellow was one of the most creative forces in American cookery during the early nineteenth century. Ancestor to Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. And the inventor of Lemon Meringue Pie.



Filipino Siomai

Packages of 12 pcs. per order
comes with Chili garlic
(Chili garlic can also be purchased separately)

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Delivery around Tampere

Siomai in the Philippines is often ground pork, beef, shrimp, among others, combined with extenders like green peas, carrots and the like which is then wrapped in wonton wrappers. It is either steamed or fried resulting in a crispy exterior. It is normally dipped in soy sauce and squeezed calamansi (citrus fruit like limes or calamondin), and for some, with an oily, spicy garlic chili mix.



Special Ensaymada

Packages of 12 pcs. or more.

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Delivery around Tampere, Finland

The Ensaïmada is a pastry product from Majorca, Spain. It is a common cuisine eaten in most former Spanish territories in Latin America and the Philippines, which has been continuously made and eaten for a very long time. The first written references to the Majorcan ensaïmada date back to the 17th century. At that time, although wheat flour was mainly used for making bread, there is evidence that this typical pastry product was made for festivals and celebrations.

Siopao Asado


Can be Chicken or Pork and comes with its own special sauce.

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Packages of 10 pcs. or more.

Delivery around Tampere, Finland

Siopao is a traditional Chinese food (sio-pau), literally meaning steamed buns. It is also called salapao in Thailand. This is a popular food item in the Philippines. It does not require utensils to eat and can be consumed on-the-go.

Skinless Longaniza

Skinless Longaniza
Garlic and Paprika rich flavored sausages

Made to order
Can be chicken or pork
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Delivery around Tampere, Finland

Packages of 24 pc. or more.

Longaniza is a sausage (embutido) similar to a chorizo and also closely associated with the Portuguese linguiça. Its defining characteristics are interpreted differently from region to region. It is popular in the cuisines of several regions of Spain, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and the Philippines.


Valentine's Day gift ideas

Revisited! for 2012!

Valentines day is coming soon! And that means chocolates, chocolates, and loads of chocolates!!!

Here are some sweets for non-choco lovers for Valentines day gifts. Sweets comes in handmade boxes wrapped in cellophane. Send me a message for inquiries and orders... (partyfairies1@gmail.com)

Delivery for Tampere, Finland

Citrus Squares

Chewy, refreshing, lemony bars.

Vanilla cookies

Crispy and buttery vanilla cookies with raspberry marmalade or sugar frosting.

And for the chocolate lovers....

Chocolate crinkles

Cake like cookies that are just full of cholate flavours.

Royal Velvet cupcakes

The name says it all... Velvety, soft, delicious cupcakes fit for a queen!!!



Inspired by Nigellas Syllabub, I tried making the same with the liqueur I could find in my alc. cabinet. I found a cranberry and cherry liqueurs. And it was a huge success! So here it goes. I hope you enjoy this too.

Ingredients and procedure:

1. Juice 1 lemon and strain the pulps and seeds, place the juice in the mixing bowl and add
3/4 cups of sugar.

2. Whisk in a 250 ml tub of Mascarpone cheese.

3. Add 1/4 cup (well... go nuts!) of cranberry or cherry liqueur and a 250 ml whipping cream. Continue to whisk until thick. Set aside.

4. This is what I found in my cabinet!

5. Arrange 6 pcs. of dessert glasses. Crumble about 1 pc. of a vanilla biscuit. Digestive will also do.

6. Layer it with the cream mixture about 1/2 inch thick.

7. Add a layer of raspberry sauce.

I used a small bag of frozen raspberry (if using fresh, you need about 1 ½ cups) run it in a food processor with about 1/4 cup sugar. Strain to get rid of the seeds.

8. Add a thin layer of crumbled biscuit and almond flakes. (for texture)

9. Add another layer of cream.

10. Cover with cling wrap and refrigerate for about 2 hours before serving. Preparing this a day before serving, works well.

11. Top with some cherries and some more almond flakes. Enjoy!!!

Danke Donuts

Danke Donuts:
In Club Manila in Dubai:
Peewee: Isn't "Danke" African?
Toni: No, its German for "Thanks"
Jinky: (with indignation-taray!) No! Its American! Danke Donuts!

Ingredients and directions:

1. In a medium bowl, combine the following:

250 ml unflavored yogurt (non-fat is ok too)
170 grams sugar
2 eggs
1 tbsp. Vanilla
45 grams melted butter

(Mix well, till sugar is dissolved)

2. In a separate bowl, mix together:

500 grams triple A grade flour
2 tbsp. baking powder
1 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. salt

(You can also use all purpose flour, of course, but if you want a softer and long lasting dough, then go for the finest flour. I did!)

Incorporate this flour mixture to the yogurt mixture until it forms into a soft dough.

3. Turn it over in a floured surface. (Do not knead)
Just pack it until all ingredients are incorporated.

4. Roll out the dough with a rolling pin to about 1/4 inch thick and using 2 round cutters, form your donuts until all the dough have been used.

5. Let the cut dough rest for about 10 mins on a baking paper lined tray.
While waiting, start to heat up about 400ml of vegetable oil. Depending on how big your pan is, donuts should be immersed in the oil.

6. If you have an oil thermometer - it should be about 350 F or 175 C.

Or to test it, drop one of the small rounds (munchies) it should take about 30 seconds to brown each sides, then your oil is ready.
If too hot, turn down the heat and add a bit more oil to pull down the temp.

7. Fry the donuts until golden brown. Be careful not to overfry them especially if you think you like it crispy. Well done donuts tend to harden faster.

Drain them on paper towels.

8. For quick ones, combine powdered sugar and ground cinnamon (ratio: 8:1) in a plastic box with lid or plain food plastic bag and coat the donuts before serving.

(Normally, I'd do this to the munchies, and maybe put a bit of chocolate powder in there too)

Yield: 30 pieces (depending on how big the cutter is) + the munchies


Meatloaf Express

This is another one of my favorites that I learned to make here in Finland. This is so easy that I make this whenever. I hope you'll like it.
Difficulty: Easy

Mix together:

1 kilo of ground meat. ( you can use all chicken, or mixed with pork or beef)

1/4 cup raisins (optional)
1/2 cup of croutons
1 egg
1/2 cup milk

TIP: The amount of ground meat depends on the size of your baking tins. I need about 1.2 kilos for the moulds I am using.

This is a regular 60 gms pack of onion soup powder.
Pour it over the meatloaf mixture.

No need to add salt. Just a bit of pepper.

For some who couldn't use MSG (monosodium glutamate) use instead:
1 large onion, finely chopped
1 tsp. salt
½ tsp. pepper

I have 2 similar silicon moulds here.

I lined the other one with bacon slices.

The other one, I brushed with vegetable oil and dust it generously with bread crumbs.

Line the moulds with a thin layer of the meat mixture, and lay the 6 minute eggs.

Then cover it with the rest of the mixture.

Place in a 200 degs C pre heated oven for about 25 mins.

Turn the meat loaf over a baking paper on a tray...

... and put it back in the oven in 300 degs C for about 8 to 10 minutes

Or until golden brown. Watch it closely so it doesn't burn.

Serves: 6