June 20th, 2016
Episode 604 of 653 episodes
Dan Saladino reports on food, survival and fishing from the Faroe Islands. From fermented sheep's head to whale blubber he finds out how people eat on the remote archipelago. For many generations many of these traditonal foods were only eaten in family homes, often having associations with poverty and difficult times. Things are changing however and dishes from the past are now helping to drive a restaurant boom. Produced and presented by Dan Saladino.
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