Let's make traditional Icelandic slátur! On a beautiful farm just outside of Reykjavík, you will learn the art of preparing, cooking and eating the most authentic food known to Icelanders: "slátur" in Icelandic. There are two types of slátur: blood pudding (blóðmör) and liver sausage (lifrarpylsa). The preparing of slátur is a messy, but entertaining affair. The ingredients for slátur are sheep's blood, chopped or minced sheep's fat, sheep's liver, oatmeal and whole milk amongst other things. You will mix the ingredients together, then provided with a 'boiling bag' for you to pour the ingredients into and sew it shut. Finally, we will put the bags into a pot and let it boil for an hour. While our Slátur is boiling, we will also be tasting other traditional Icelandic food like a fermented shark, rye bread, dried fish and sheeps pate amongst other things. We will walk around the area and meet the animals. You will get to hold and/or pet most of the animals and feed the horses with fresh grass. Finally, we sit down to eat the food we prepared and enjoy this unique environment together. You will leave with a full belly and more insights into the culinary practices of Iceland.
I was born and raised in Iceland and like most Icelanders I have been making liver sausage and blood pudding since I was a little kid. After traveling to 28 countries and taking cooking classes in most of them I realized that what people want more than anything is authentic experiences. I cant think of anything more authentic to Iceland than preparing and cooking this kind of food on an Icelandic farm around beautiful Icelandic nature.
Slátur. Icelandic food taste platter. Including fermented shark, hang meat, fish jerky, rye bread, sheep paté among other…
Milk and water We do offer lactose free milk if you ask for it in advance.
We will be cooking on a beautiful farm just outside of Reykjavík. It’s a special place to see and experience.
最多可有8位年满10周岁的参与者参加。 参与者应自行了解所用的食材，如对某种食物过敏或有饮食限制，也应向体验达人说明。 参与者还应认识到食用生食或未煮熟的肉类、家禽、海鲜、贝类或鸡蛋可能会增加食源性疾病的风险。 You need to be comfortable with "messy cooking". We are working with sheep blood. If you are not willing to eat foods that are foreign to you…