Icelandic Food by Kay Tracy
Cultural aspects of food can be varied as well as unusual. If you travel to areas outside of your home, you might have discovered this.
Little things like, in some southern states–I’m looking at you, Texas–you automatically get jalapenos instead of pickles on your burger at some places. For that reason, when venturing to other countries, it helps to have an open mind and have a willingness to try new things in the food category. This does not mean you always have to like it. Just be willing to give it a try.
Read more in SEARCH Magazine‘s Enhancing Your Horizon issue, including Icelandic recipes and an interview with master chef Jökull Tandri Ámundason.