Ever fancied having a beer brewed from an 4,000-year-old iceberg? Well join the beer revolution in Greenland and find out how beer is unifying the country.
These are all of our interviews at A Brit and a Broad.
Travelling isn’t just the two of us doing our own thing, but it involves the hundreds of people we meet along the way, it involves the thousands of people who read this site every day – it involves you.
We are storytellers, and for us to tell our story, often we have to tell your story too so you can in-turn inspire others along the way. We get so excited by what other people are doing (like how Anne Nivíka Grødem is trying to change people perceptions of how they should eat in Greenland), and we just love hearing how different people from different cultures around the world are living their life and doing something that they’re so passionate about. Whenever that happens, whenever we find those people, whenever we hear those stories, we like sharing them with you.
We caught up with Anne Nivíka Grødem, a prominent food blogger and instagrammer in Nuuk, to talk about Greenlandic good culture and where things are headed.