Monday, June 16, 2014
Food Adventures in Iceland Part 2. June 15th 2014
Rhubarb is about the only "fruit" we have seen grown in Iceland and used in cooking. It is not technically a fruit really but is very tasty in a pie,
or in jam.
Early on in our trip in a little fishing village called Olafsvik, we went hunting for fresh fish to buy.
One night we stayed on a dairy farm where you could watch live action milking on TV from your hotel room! That night we had a buffet dinner with lovely lamb soup, roast lamb, quiche, cod, salmon and finished it off with rhubarb pie and their homemade ice cream. There was a pretty special view of a glacier from the dining room too!