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The national dish(es) of Iceland include(s): Þorramatur.
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Iceland is literally a country in the making, a vast volcanic laboratory where mighty forces shape the land and shrink you to an awestruck speck. The country's natural features eruptions of lava; ... More »

Icelandic cuisine - Wikipedia

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Icelandic cuisine, the cuisine of Iceland, has a long history. Important parts of Icelandic cuisine are lamb, dairy, and fish, the latter due to Iceland's being surrounded by ocean. Popular food...

The 5 best and 5 worst types of Icelandic food | PlanIceland.com

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This articles is about the 5 best and the 5 worst types of Icelandic food that you must try!

An Intro to Icelandic Food | Serious Eats

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Apr 16, 2012 ... "What exactly is Icelandic food?" was the most popular question I was asked after returning from a week in Iceland. (Second place goes to: "Did ...

The world's most disgusting Icelandic food | Guide to Iceland

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Luckily though, Iceland also boasts some of the world's most delicious food - especially when it comes to lamb or seafood. I thought it was time to update this list ...

Iceland Foods - Official Site

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From frozen and chilled foods, to household essentials, Iceland stock everything you need in one single shop. Click the 'Iceland' link below to shop now.

The unusual food they (sometimes) eat in Iceland - CNN.com

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Sep 14, 2016 ... Fermented shark. Jellied sheep's head. Puffins. Maybe there are reasons Icelandic food isn't big outside of Iceland.

Food and drink | About Iceland | Rough Guides

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Although Iceland's food is unlikely to be the highlight of your trip, things have improved from the early 1980s, when beer was illegal and canned soup.

Eating in Iceland (if you are not an Icelander) - Mostly Maths

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First I would like to say you one thing about Iceland's food: don't be scared! They don't eat anything odd, except for a few national foods which are not that usual: ...