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"And," he added, laughing, "we will go and fetch _filbunke_, if you like, and then you can all sit inside rings of your own."
The hostess, who sits at the head of the table, with her husband generally on one side and her most honoured guest on the other, with two huge soup-tureens before her, asks those present whether they will have soup or _filbunke_, a very favourite summer dish.
Daniel, alla: Tack, jag är vanligtvis lugn som en filbunke men det här gör mig fly förbannad.
_filbunke_, and that a friend of his, travelling in these Northern parts, had on one occasion been so pestered that he fetched a wooden mug of _filbunke_, and with a wooden spoon made a ring on the floor with the soured milk, inside which he sat in peace, the crawling things remaining on the outside of his charmed circle.
_filbunke_, made of sour unskimmed milk, which we had learnt to enjoy, we had to content ourselves with _piimää_, the skimmed milk curdled; but as we were visitors, and not peasants, tumblers of fresh cream had been poured over it, and with sugar it tasted really excellent.