Icelandic lamb is considered a delicacy.

Icelandic lamb to be exported to India

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Icelandic lamb is known as a free-range meat option flavoured naturally with Icelandic mountain herbs.

Almost half of Icelanders eat lamb once per week

24 Jan 2018 lmost half of the Icelandic population, or 46 % eat lamb once a week or more. Another 26 % eat lamb 2-3 times per month. Only 4% never eat lamb.

Here's  Kristinn Guðmundsson, in the middle, just before the live broadcast started. The hot tub can be seen behind them.

Icelander breaks the internet by cooking lamb in a hot tub

14 Jul 2017 Kristinn Guðmundsson hosts Icelandic cooking programme Soð, and on Tuesday he started an 18 hour live broadcast of himself cooking a whole lamb in one of those hot-tub jacuzzi things that a lot of Icelanders have in their gardens.

Pure Nature makes four different supplements, and are developing more that will likely be on the market next year.

Supplements from free range sheep and handpicked herbs

17 Apr 2017 Ground up innards with handpicked Icelandic herbs sounds a bit… odd. But it might be a solution for a better health. Icelandic company Pure Natura makes supplements from these products inspired by tradition and working with Icelandic nature.

Sales of Icelandic lamb rising fast

27 Apr 2016 Sales of lamb in Iceland in the first three months of this year were up 25% on the same period last year, new figures suggest.

Photo: Kristinn Ingvarsson

Is Icelandic lamb the best in the world?

9 Mar 2016 The Icelandic Lamb Marketing Board has launched a new initiative promoting lamb and other sheep-based products around Iceland.

Photo: Eggert Jóhannesson

Þorrablót: Find your nearest lamb heads and pickled testicles!

23 Jan 2016 Iceland Monitor has put together the following non-exhaustive list of some of the ‘þorrablót’ events announced in Europe and North America – with links to either the event or general club page.

Photo: Kristinn Ingvarsson

Are Icelanders switching to pork?

18 Jan 2016 Sales of pork in Iceland in 2015 were 11.8% up on the previous year, with pork on the cusp of overtaking lamb on the Icelandic market.


Recipe: Healthy lamb broth to kill those autumn colds

24 Oct 2015 This is the season for fresh lamb which is plentiful in Icelandic supermarkets right now. Here's a recipe from Smartland's Marta María Jónasdóttir on how to make a healthy version of the traditional Icelandic "kjötsúpa" or lamb broth.

Something for the weekend? An easy-peasy leg of lamb.

Recipe: Icelandic leg of lamb

17 Oct 2015 Lamb is undoubtedly one of Iceland's finest culinary ingredients. Free-range during summer, their natural diet of sedge, willow, thrift, moss campion, and berries gives them a distinctive taste. Here's a recipe for that Icelandic Sunday dinner favourite: A roast leg of lamb.

Is lamb more Icelandic than fish, skyr or the dreaded 'hákarl' (rotten shark)?

What is Iceland's national dish?

1 Apr 2015 A motion has been passed at the general meeting of the Icelandic Association of Sheep Farmers to look into getting lamb officially recognised as the national dish of Iceland.




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