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Papaya Produced in Iceland?

5 Nov “Papaya produced in Iceland” may sound like an oxymoron.

The organizers of the festival.

Great Fish Day August 8-11

7 Aug The Great Fish Day will be celebrated in the fishing town Dalvík, North Iceland, August 8-11.

The lot has been painted in bright colors.

Food Market and More by Reykjavík Harbor

6 Jul A colorful food market and recreational area are being installed on Miðbakki wharf, by Reykjavík Harbor.

From a food market.

Food Market Planned in Laugardalur

4 May Reykjavík City officials aim to set up a food market in Laugardalur for July.

Mat­hi­as Ju­lien Spoerry, Ella Vala Ármanns­dótt­ir and their son, Yoan Þröstur.

Fired up about Wood-Fired Oven

28 Apr People in North Iceland are in for a treat.

Jón Örn, owner of Kjötkompaníið.

New butcher's shop opens at Grandi harbour district

18 Oct 2017 Foodies living in central Reykjavik can rejoice as yet another food related shop opens in Grandi, Reykjavik's fishpacking district.

Bogi Jónsson and his son Charin Thaiprasert.

Icelandic noodle restaurant to open in South Korea

9 Jun 2017 Noodle station is a very popular noodle restaurant in Reykjavik which specializes in Thai noodle soups. The restaurant is now opening a branch in Seoul in South Korea.

Kleina isn't unique to Iceland but records of it date back to the 18th century.

Kleina, Iceland's favourite pastry

7 May 2017 The Kleina is one of the oldest pastries in Iceland. Though far from being unique to the island, it is still today one of the most popular pastry served by Icelandic grandmothers.

The seminar is held at the loft of the store.

Icelandic or foreign cheese. What's the difference?

23 Apr 2017 There is a small store called Búrið in Grandi, Reykjavik harbour area. It sells cheese and other gourmet products. They also have seminar on Icelandic cheese, the culture and more. There you can find out more about Icelander’s short but passionate love affair with cheese.

The cod liver is available smoked, and not smoked.

Arctic “foie gras”

21 Apr 2017 “We describe our product as “Arctic foie gras”, says Guðmundur Davíðsson of iCan, producer of cod liver in cans. “In France people started to get to know cod liver when there came up problems with the production of foie gras. The cod liver could replace it in some ways.”

Chocolatier Hafliði Ragnarsson creates deluxe Easter eggs.

Peppery/salted liquorice Easter egg new craze in Iceland

9 Apr 2017 There are over 30 different types of Easter eggs made in Iceland, not taking different sizes into consideration, with different flavourings. A particular hit this year is a chocolate egg with salted liquorice and peppery salmiak powder.

Dill is a small restaurant located in Reykjavik centre.

Cancellation fee at Dill, Reykjavik’s only Michelin star restaurant

30 Mar 2017 Reykjavik’s only Michelin star restaurant just started using a new booking system, which requires a credit card and a fine for a no show is 11.900 ISK, or about 100 Euros.

Chef Kolbeinsson is one of Reykjavik's most popular chefs.

Hot new restaurant opening in Reykjavik’s new hot spot for art

23 Mar 2017 Marshall Restaurant + Bar is a brand new Mediterranean restaurant opening up in the Marshall building, Reykjavik’s new hot spot for art. The chef has run some of Reykjavik's most popular restaurants.

Hot dogs are a popular choice for all sorts of events.

Hot dogs on Food and Wine’s list of best food in happiest countries

22 Mar 2017 American magazine Food and Wine have compiled a list of the best food found in the world’s 10 happiest countries. As Iceland ranks number 3, the best Icelandic food is on the list. A hot dog.

Stefán is a self-educated chocolatier.

Elf chocolate now available in Reykjavik

13 Mar 2017 Stefán B chocolatier has just opened a store in Reykjavik centre where he sells his whimsical elf chocolates, volcano chocolates and sky-blue berry chocolates, along with mixes for Icelandic hot cocoa soup.




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