The fertile soil of the Danish Lakelands produces some of the finest ingredients that you can find. Tareq has a go at an old cooking technique from New Zealand called Hangi – using heated rocks buried in a pit oven. He also meets two young entrepreneurs who provide him with some the best farmed kelp in the world.
Although Halmstad is today part of Sweden, you can still find clear evidence in the local gastronomy that it was once Danish.More info
Tareq visits a Tree Hotel: a collection of treehouses built by an award winning architect. Then, in the mountains, he reaches Sami lands.More info
Tareq samples island life on the island of Styrso and tracks down an old army barracks which is has been converted into a wold class cheese factory.More info