Publication date: July 30, 2014
Publication: Edmonton Journal, Postmedia News
Modern Icelandic cuisine emphasizes fresh, local ingredients, despite the country’s geographically isolated location. On a recent trip, I experienced this first-hand: I saw a puffin, ate puffin; saw a whale, ate whale; saw a reindeer, and ate reindeer.
While there are a host of bizarre traditional edibles – sheep’s head is available from the drive-thru at the Reykjavik bus station – the quality of Iceland’s locally sourced ingredients offers a memorable journey for your taste buds no matter your budget.
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