Iceland is a land of unusual customs and contours, scenic wonders, and fascinating people. Dean Calamaras, one of our more traveled members, will provide a look at the island nation as our speaker at this Thursday’s 6:15 dinner meeting at Quigley’s.
One of Iceland’s iconic dishes is something called hákarl. “Hákarl” is the local word for shark, but as a food item it refers to a putrified, preserved shark meat dish.
Luckily, we are not having Icelandic food on our dinner menu this week. Instead, we are having eggplant Parmesan, antipasto salad, chef’s choice of sides, bread, dessert, and beverages,
As always, unless you already have signed up, dinner coordinator Debbie Brown needs to be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Tuesday if you plan to attend. Please be sure to let her know if you are bringing a guest.
Here’s who has signed up so far: