The magazine FÆÐA – FOOD is the first and only magazine (in Icelandic and English) about food and food culture in Iceland.
Chapters: Taste, Heritage, People, Make, Enjoy.
Tímaritið Fæða- Food fjallar um matarmenningu Íslands í víðu og frumlegu samhengi.
Á ensku og íslensku.
“I’m not sure that outsiders realise how young Icelandic cuisine is,” says Gudbjorg Gissurardottir, the editor (as well as the publisher, marketing, sales, advertising and subscriptions chief) behind the handsome new Icelandic magazine Faeda/Food. “The changes that have taken place in our cuisine in the past 20 to 30 years have been enormous. We went from very basic food and people rarely eating out to having a Michelin-star restaurant in Reykjavík.” The bilingual publication is an endearing and intimate portrait of a food scene in flux. Tourism has outstripped the Icelandic population, with 1.4 million expected to visit this year, making this publication – a strong editorial voice on a fast-changing culinary landscape – more important than ever. Expect equal portions of sumptuous photography and the finest new products and openings, plus a peppering of folklore about the country’s enigmatic but flourishing food.