These North Atlantic Islands Map Their Streets With Sheep
That's one way to do it.
This Chef Is Using Shit-Smoked Trout and Dried Puffin to Revolutionize the Kitchen
How two of Iceland's most unusual ingredients are changing the game in the fine dining world.
How the Faroe Islands’ First Spirits Company Changed the Country's Distillation Law
Until very recently, the production of spirits was illegal in the Faroe Islands, an archipelago located between Norway and Iceland. It wasn't until spirits company DISM launched that the country's laws were finally amended.
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How the FIFA World Rankings screw countries like Australia
Australia's Socceroos are ranked 68th in the FIFA World Rankings, which is unfair at best and deliberately biased at worst
Jason J. Cohn
This Nordic Food Bible Took Three Years and Seven Countries to Write
Between running one of the world’s best restaurants and championing hyperlocal ingredients, Swedish chef Magnus Nilsson has produced a cookbook that is, in itself, a sort of foraged feast—gathering recipes from across the Nordic region.
Five Activists Facing Jail Time for Trying to Stop Whaling
The battle over whale hunting just erupted in the Faroe Islands.
This Five-Star Belfast Hotel Thinks You Need a Dedicated Water Butler
In the future, it won’t be our trusted eco canteens that we look to for hydration, but smartly dressed, roaming water sommeliers sporting CamelBaks fastidiously filled with the artisanally filtered water made out of the tears of trapeze artists and...
Activists Square Off Against Whale Hunters in the Faroe Islands
A bitter fight over whales—and the right to kill them—is being waged in the Faroe Islands right now.
In Photos: The Faroe Islands' Controversial Whale Hunt
The tradition has endured for nearly 1,000 years.
Inside the Grind: The Fight for Whale Hunting in the Faroe Islands
Hunting whales for food is a tradition as old as the islands have been inhabited.
Elise Coker and Ed Ou
Watch the Trailer for Motherboard's Documentary 'The Grind'
Whale hunters clash with activists in the Faroese Islands.
The Best Lamb Is Fermented by Sea Air
The Faroe Islands make Skerpikjøt by hanging sheep's leg in outdoor sheds. It’s one of the many unusual culinary techniques from an island that gets just four hours of daylight in the winter months.