The NEW Foodie Box!
The food culture of Iceland has despite it's "rotten-shark-sheephead" reputation become quite a thing thanks to what many attribute to the "New-Nordic" cuisine awakening.
This box gives you an insight into some unique and classic Icelandic delicacies with 2 great (and different) cook books. All the foodstuff included in the box is quality produce from the daily caught and air dried cod that our suppliers deliver, to the arctic thyme that is handpicked off mountain slopes in the Icelandic highlands.
Icelandic cuisine is definitely worth looking into and this box gives a peek into that sort to speak, and shipping is on us! Use the code: FOODY2021 at checkout!
These items are included:
Reykjavík Grapevine wrote article about the book 2019 when it won the third place at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2019 for desserts. Excerpt from the article:
The book is much more than a collection of recipes (although there are plenty of those). The pictures show the surrounding landscape changing from summer green to winter white, and traditions like the annual sheep round up, the swimming pool coffee club, and the local “day of the accordion.”
It’s a heartfelt tribute to the building, the community, and the town. “That’s the reason we included more than just recipes,” says Isobel. “The funny thing,” adds Janne,“is that locals have started to ship the book out to their relatives and friends elsewhere. The book has become a documentation of life in Þingeyri. We didn’t anticipate that.”
Taste of Iceland is a culinary journey through pure, fresh and sustainable Icelandic cuisine. Leading the way is Úlfar Finnbjörnsson, often nicknamed “the Wild Chef” due to his passion for hunting and all that Icelandic nature has to offer.
With everything from seafood to smoked lamb, wild game to traditional Icelandic pastry, this book will fire enthusiasm for the gastronomic riches that can be found in and around our pristine island, from our highest mountaintops down to our bountiful shores.
Iceland Moss is a lichen that grows in some of the most extreme environments on Earth like arctic tundra or rocky coasts. Has a bitter, tonic, earthly taste and aromatic odor.
Can be used in tea, soups, porridge, bread and stew.
Icelanders have used blóðberg for centuries flavouring soups and stews and for delicious teas. That's how we are still using it and now you can too.
This is the real deal and doesn´t get more Icelandic. 100g of flat, hard, yet soft fillets of haddock, air dried outdoors to perfection. Enjoy with salted butter.
We have not found a decent way to send Icelandic skyr or cheese abroad as it heavily depends on refrigeration. But we found this! A local startup that has turned skyr and cheese into delicious snacks! They are healthy, fun, convenient and sustainable.
There is no baking, frying, air drying or freeze-drying so less energy is used than in many other snack production processes. And the little energy used is of course geothermal.
Geothermal production method since 1753
The unique geothermal production method was first tried in 1753 and has since been carefully preserved in Iceland and Denmark.
The savory and mystical Arctic Sea water is pumped into open pans were it is slowly heated with water from natural hot springs.
This sustainable process leaves behind no carbon dioxide - only fresh, crunchy flakes of Norður Salt.
Traditional Icelandic Chocolate bar. Generations of Icelanders have grown up stealing this from their parents baking pantries. An absolute classic of a chocolate. Dark and without milk, perfect for baking, melting and cooking.