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FAROE ISLANDS: Traditional roast duck with prunes and port by Teitur Christensen

December 23, 2020 Cruise No Comments Email Email

As Silver Moon sails north for the latter half of the European Grand Voyage 2022, guests will discover the remote Faroe Islands in Northern Europe. Teitur Christensen—chef at Fútastova and Áarstova, two classic restaurants in the old part of Tórshavn—shares a recipe for the Faroe Islands’ traditional dish of roast duck, which ranks alongside goose as the archipelago’s festive favourite.

“The most common festive dish in the Faroe Islands today is roast duck or goose, inspired by the Danes. In the old days, the traditional Faroese Christmas dinner was fermented cod or fermented lamb. Fermented cod is no longer traditionally eaten for Christmas, but in some Faroese homes, fermented lamb is still a popular Christmas dish. The subarctic coastal climate in the Faroe Islands, combined with the salty brisk air, creates the perfect conditions for air-drying and fermenting meat. Around Christmas time the meat is usually perfectly fermented and ready to eat. Since it would be difficult for people with no connection to the Faroe Islands to prepare a dish with fermented lamb, I would like to share this duck recipe with you which is also quite traditional for the holidays. Enjoy!”

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