Menu: Iceland

Good things are all around me. Yesterday I celebrated my third wedding anniversary with Keith. On Friday my brother Keith is coming to visit us all the way from Florida.  (We haven’t seen him in a year and a half. We miss him.) But, lest you think it’s all about the many Keiths in my life, Monday is Ava’s 2nd birthday. That’s pretty great, too.

Not to mention I’ll be sharing Icelandic treats with you all week. Given the heatwave we’ve been enduring, I’ve put together a summertime sampler… except for the hot and hearty Rye Bread Soup. I dedicate that recipe to our friends in the Southern hemisphere, where a sweet, hot bowl of rye bread soup might be just the ticket.

What sounds good to you?

Rhubarb “Raisins” [recipe]
A simple and ingenious way to use up rhubarb in baked goods.

Rye Bread Soup [recipe]
The hot answer to Iceland’s sweet tooth. This unusual soup is loaded up with raisins and sugar. And, of course, rye bread.

Blueberry Cardamom Ice Cream [recipe]
Cream. Blueberries. Cardamom. Sugar. Need I say more?

Chilled Rhubarb Lemon Soup [recipe]
The bright cheery flavor of this tart soup will make you a believer.


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Comments

  1. Blueberry Cardamom Ice Cream sounds great!

  2. Woot Woot!!

  3. Collette says:

    I love rhubarb but just straight out of the garden. Not cooked in anything. mmmmm….

  4. Oh how gorgeous! We had a really similar dessert when we were in Iceland earlier this year- I’m just glad you went with rye bread soup and not hakarl for the main ( I tasted it- nobody should do that). NB, I’ve just spent the most delightful hour with a cup of tea trawling through your archives- thank you!

  5. Jessica Bennett says:

    Sounds like a sweet menu. Happy anniversary and happy birthday to Ava :)

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