Singed sheep heads for dinner

Here you can read more about thorri feast food: Svið – Singed sheep heads. Singed sheep head should first be thoroughly rinsed and then boiled in well-salted water for 1½ to 2 hours. Svið can be eaten hot or cold, with either plain boiled potatoes, mashed potatoes or swede turnips. A popular dish in Iceland, svið are an ideal item for a packed lunch. Also available ready-cooked, tinned or pressed and gelled (sviðasulta). _______________________________________________ ________________________________________________ in old days, when kids didnt have hundreds of toys lol.. then they played with sheep bones, shells, rocks, etc.. its not that long ago though, i mean, it was toys for my father… but I also played with those jawbones.. it was the most fun thing about when svid was for dinner, we cleaned the jaw bones and used them as toys.. i think they used to be horses in pretend play when dad played with them, but i think they were guns and something else when I and my brother played with them,, maybe boats too.. lol.. I used to only eat the tongue.. the other is not food to me.. but now i dont even like the tongue.. and i have stopped playing with the jaw bones lol… But mom and dad love svid and they eat much more than only the tounge.. my aunt even eats the EYE LOL.. i was so curious when i was little,, why would people eat the eyes??? so i tried it once.. i think i felt like puking lol… so, i’m not exactly a fan of eating svid, but i am interested
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