Catching sea salt with chefs Gunnar Karl Gíslason & Ólafur Ágústsson
We love using our Weck jars for storing food, as flower vases, & of course, canning but we found out recently they are oven-safe & can be used as single-serving bakeware. This Black Walnut Morning Cake baked in Weck jars is made using foraged black walnuts & topped with a drizzle of chocolate sauce. We found it is really great for dinner parties or brunch desert.
A few months ago we did some custom work at our favorite restaurant in Iceland: Dill. Images of our pieces coming soon. Until then, enjoy some interior photos shot by Anthony Bacigalupo for an upcoming book.
Spiced Apple Layer Cake with Goat Cheese Frosting paired with Autumn weather: Check. This recipe is definitely for a weekend gathering with friends & family.
We’ve been working hard on private projects for restaurants, hotels, bistros & residences in Iceland & California the last few months so we’ve been sleeping a tad on the social media posting & focusing on making & crafting…
Lots of new goods are coming just in time for Autumn / Winter as well as the public launch of our web shop! Feel free to share & inquire about pieces through us or one of our many stockists around the world. Enjoy the weekend.
To continue with our Autumn Recipe posts every few days, here is one of our favorites for this time of the year: Hot Cider & Cinnamon Apple Chips.
Strangely enough, Hot Cider isn’t as popular in Iceland as it is in the states, but that’s quite alright with us because we enjoy making it for our guests & will making lots of it this winter season at our pop-up markets & future Restaurant Days in Reykjavík with some of our gift boxes & soft goods for sale.
Autumn has arrived (in Iceland Summer sadly never came) & the one thing in our house that represents this lovely time of the year is baking goods & having small gatherings on the weekends.
Every few days we will be sharing our favorite Autumn & Winter recipes with you-
Since Anthony is from California where apple orchids are just a short drive away from his hometown, the Dutch Oven Apple Crisp was an obvious first R.T.Co. recipe to share since it mirrors the changing season so perfectly.