The Meat
1 saddle of lamb (tenderized for at least 5 days)
salt and ground pepper
olive oil and butter
dried blueberries
dried blueberry heather
dried wild thyme
wild juniper berries
It is highly reccommended that the meat is refrigerated for one week before cooking. Debone and trim the meat before seasoning with salt and ground pepper. Sear on a very hot pan, with a bit of olive oil and butter, for 1-2 minutes on each side. Place the lamb fillet in an oven tray and season with equal amounts of dried blueberries, blueberry heather, wild thyme and juniper berries. Roast the fillet in the oven at 160°C/320°F for 4-6 minutes. Take the meat out of the oven and rest under tin foil for about 15 minutes. The fillet should have reached a core temperature of 58°C/136°F for a nice medium/rare finish.

Celeriac
2 pieces celeriac
100 g butter (lightly browned)
10 g salt
lemon juice
60 ml apple cider vinegar
10 g salt
200 ml water
15 g sugar
60 ml hazelnut oil
1 bundle fresh parsley

Wrap the celeriac and salt in tin foil and bake at 200°C/390°F for two hours. When out of the oven peel it, place one of them in a blender and process into a pureé. Add half of the melted butter and season with a bit of salt and lemon juice. Tear the other celeriac into bite size chunks, season with salt and fry in a pan using the rest of the butter. For the vinaigrette, combine apple cider vinegar, salt, sugar, water and hazelnut oil. Toss the fried celeriac chunks in the vinaigrette and garnish with finely chopped parsley.

Pickled red currants
200 g red currants, fresh or frozen
50 ml water
50 ml white wine vinegar or regular vinegar
50 g sugar

Place water, vinegar and sugar in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Pour over the red currants and store in a glass jar.

Kale
Trim the stalks from the kale and tear into bitesize bits. Sear with butter in a hot pan, remove from the heat and season with salt and lemon juice.

Crowberry sauce
1 l lamb stock
1 l coldpressed crowberry juice (available from Íslensk hollusta)
50 ml cherry vinegar
10 g butter
a pinch of salt

In a saucepan, reduce the crowberry juice by ¾. In another saucepan, reduce the stock by 50%. Add the stock to the crowberry juice. Reduce the vinegar by 50% and add to the sauce. Thicken if desired and season with salt. Add the butter to the sauce just before serving.