12/01/2006

Welcome to Jo's Icelandic Recipe Blog!

For several years I have been running Jo’s Icelandic Cooking, a website dedicated to Icelandic recipes and food culture and the biggest of its kind on the web that is available in English. I have not updated the site for nearly 2 years, simply because the work involved was getting in the way of my studies. During this time, I have kept up a web forum where people can write in to ask advice and request recipes. Now I think it’s time I started posting recipes again. To begin with, I will post recipes from the website with the occasional new recipe thrown in. Questions regarding each recipe can be posted in Comments, and so can general requests, but they can also be posted on the forum. When all the recipes from the website are posted on the blog, I intend to close down the forum.
Comments are moderated, so when you post a comment, it will not appear under Comments until I have approved it. This is to prevent spamming.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love your recipes. I wonder if you might have a recipe for Icelandic cinnamon snails, which are so yummy but different from their counterparts in other Scandinavian countries. Thanks
chin_atkins@hotmail.com

Bibliophile said...

Cinnamon snails - do you mean the big, soft ones or the small, harder ones? I have recipes for both.

Ulla said...

I am so glad you started a blog!
I have admired your website for a long while!
There needs to be more said about Icelandic cuisine!

Bibliophile said...

Thank you :-)

Recipes said...

I like collecting various kinds of recipes. Your blog seems rich......thanks for opening..

Quick Free Recipes said...

Hi,

I've just come across your blog whilst looking for new recipes to add to my site. I love finding new recipes and new ways to cook...thanks for sharing.

Burn Belly Fat said...

I love collecting low glycemic recipes. I am hoping I could find some resource here :) great post anyway

Recipes for Chinese Food said...

I love your blog. One of my favorite of your recipes is the Cold bread casserole. I have made it a few times and I think I get better at cooking it every single time. I look forward to trying additional ones!