Photo Credit: Anna Bryant It looks so innocent, like samples of turkey in the grocery store. Don't be fooled. This little cube is packing the punch of strong fermented shark.
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant Because why would you not eat ice cream in iceland?
Wind Dried Fish
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant Because everything is better wind dried, right? i.e. hair
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant These buttery rolls filled with veggies are a nice contrast to the more common Maine style rolls we eat stateside
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant This is a controversial one. With claims that whale consumption in the country is driven by the tourist industry, it is still a dish that you will find at many restaurants. But hey, when in Iceland?
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant Let's get the taste of controversy out of our mouths with some of Iceland's culture...cultured dairy products that is.
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant What is that purplish mound? Oh why it is smoked puffin. How can such a cute little bird produce such a disgusting pile of meat.
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant It might not look like much, but if the hot dogs Baejarins Beztu Pylsur are good enough for a president then they are good enough for me. Order them with "The Works" to get a mixture of ketchup, mustard, remoulade sauce and raw and fried onions.
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant Yes, I ate horse. Yes, I liked it. Please don't tell my mom.
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant The steaming soup filled with local catches is perfect for warming you up on a brisk day.
Black Death (Brennivin)
Photo Credit: Anna Bryant Not really a food, but just in case you need to use the countries token liquor to drink away the memories of some of the foods you ate.