Icelandic Food and Cookery Hardcover – 1 Jan 2002
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The author includes favourites that have endured through the years and the best of recent dishes that still reflect Icelandic ingredients and cooking methods. Sample such delicacies as Grilled Rosemary-Flavoured Char, Braised Wild Goose with Fruit Stuffing and Bilberry Ice Cream. Home chefs will welcome the helpful chapters on Festive Food Traditions and Icelandic Ingredients.
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I think this book would soar if it were grouped into the health arena. Nanna's work fits nicely with the grassfed, sally fallon, primitive diets.
I had been waiting for this book to be published after reading a thread of hers online many years ago. I purchased it immediately. I am here once again, in hopes that it would be available for my kindle. ( I have been waiting over 3 years...hint, hint)
The recipes themselves are relatively simple to follow although there are occasionally difficult ingredients to find. I particularly enjoyed the history provided with the dishes and that the names of the foods were written in both Icelandic and English. Overall, my only complaint is that I wish there were photos of the finished products, but I can live without it. The book is smaller than most my other cookbooks (about 6x8in?) and hard cover - I had no problems getting it to sit open on the pages I wanted to follow.