Food Seasoning/Dressing #IH2kr. 890,00 – kr. 1.350,00
Good flavor enhancer in all vegetable and meat soups, as well as in vegetable, bean and fish casseroles.
The Black Salt has a barbecue and smoky taste. Well suited for seasoning and enhancing the flavor of casseroles, soups, fish, meat and bread. This salt is made similar to ancient viking methods.
Used as a famine food and a bread additive. When boiled it forms a substance tht soothes irritated mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. Also helpful in the treatment of gastritis, vomiting and dyspepsia, respiratory catarrh and bronchitis.
Food Seasoning/Dressing #IH1kr. 840,00 – kr. 1.110,00
Artic Thyme Blóðberg:
Excellent spice giving good taste and aromatic smell. It makes a lovely well smelling tea, it is antibacterial and in the past was used strong tea of Arctic thyme to recover from alcoholic consumption.
Dried and ground is excellent for seasoning soups, salads, sauces, bread and relishes. Placed on hot pan until crispy ideal for sprinkling over seafood and margherita pizza, over fish soup and fish casseroles.
Pure and unique combination of mineral salts. Salt is one of the oldest food seasonings and is very important method of food preservation. This pure and natural salt can as well be used for a relaxing bath.
Sá guli – Cushion Coverkr. 7.990,00
“ The golden cod
Few nations are as dependente on fishing as Icelanders. The rich fishing grounds that surround the Island have been an invaluable resource for Icelanders for centuries. Currently the export of fish products brings in more than 25% of the nation’s foreign currency earnings.
Although many fish species live in Icelandic waters, only about 25 are of comercial importance ando f these only a handful dominate the catches. Cod (Gadus morhua) is by far the most importante, with anual catches of about 200.000 tons in recente years.
Cod is yellowish grey, with a white belly and a pale lateral line. The yellow one, as i tis commonly called in Iceland, can grow quite large, reaching a length of almost 2 meters. A common size, however, is in the range of 45 to 85 cm long and weight of 1 to 4 kg.
Cod can be cooked in various ways, fresh, salte dor dried. The British are likely to know cod as Fish and Chips, whilst the Spanish or Portuguese have a variety of recipes for dried and salted cod (Bacalao). Most Icelanders, however, are accustomed to boiled or fried fresh cod, commonly eaten with butter and potatoes.
Made in Iceland from 100% cotton with amazing nature images on the front and a monochromatic fabric on the back. The printed pictures on the pads are not homogeneous which can create some slight color variations between the cushions of the same type.
Stuffing is not included.
Size: 40 x 60 cmShare