Spaces for our August 16th-23rd, 2013 culinary tour of Iceland are filling up fast!
Here’s what the station had to say:
Food writer and chef Jody Eddy, whose cooking resume includes stints at Jean-Georges and Tabla in New York, teamed with Icelandic chef Kjartan Gislason to put together this new culinary adventure for August. Trip participants will enjoy Iceland’s breathtaking natural landscapes, soaking in mountain-ringed geothermal pools, hiking alongside thundering waterfalls and sailing to remote north-coast islands.
In between, they will visit with growers and producers of distinctly Icelandic products such as smoked arctic char, skyr (a tangy local yogurt), sweet rye bread, reindeer carpaccio and liqueurs made with rhubarb, birch and caraway. Guests will also get demonstrations from and take meals with some of the country’s most celebrated chefs, including Gunnar Karl Gislason, whose Reykjavik restaurant Dill set the bar for modern Icelandic cuisine.August 16-23, from $4,250
For more information about our trip or to sign up for what promises to be an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind experience, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org