Food in Iceland

Some of the Icelandic food hasn’t changed very much since the Viking age. Icelanders still eat dried fish that you can smell from miles away, ram testicles, whey pickled headcheese, whale blubber, liver pudding, blood pudding, horse meat and rye bread to count a few; we even have a festival, Mid–Winter Feast or Þorri, where … Continue reading Food in Iceland