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We will run a special offer from 14.10.2019 to 28.10.2019, and anyone who signs up during that time will receive a personalized digital message from Benjamin L. Vidmar. Become a patron of our zero waste project for as little as $1 dollar per month, and partner with us as we work to make Longyear more sustainable.
Welcome to the Arctic Innovation Week sponsored by Innovation Norge. Read More
Cooking fried calamari with lemon and lime. Read More
We have reached our goal of $100 per month on Patreon. Read More
Cooking Icelandic lamb here at my chef residency in Neskaupstadur July, 2018. Read More
With the recent death of a polar bear, Polar permaculture wants to continue to make Longyearbyen more sustainable. Read More
My lovely Publicist Tawanna won the Women in Business of Florida Pageant. Read More
Find out more about our trip to Iceland by heading over to our Patreon page here Read More
We must kill all of our quails by Friday the 13th, 2018. Read More
The sun returns to Longyearbyen, Svalbard a part of Norway. We celebrate for a week in honor of that great fireball in the sky. Read More
This will give you an idea of what to expect when you arrive at Longyearbyen, Svalbard. Read More
Winter festival at Traena where Polar Permaculture chef Benjamin L. Vidmar was involved in the chef in residency program. Read More
The winter festival will soon begin here at Traena, and I am a chef in residency here. Read More
Arctic agriculture is heating up, and the food miles are starting to reduce. All over the Arctic, farmers are increasing production, and bringing the food we eat closer to home. Read More
Polar Permaculture eggs are now getting popular here in town with the hotels, and restaurants. Huset has put them on the menu and is serving them as follows:
Swedish "gubbröra" with quail egg from nybyen
and Arctic roe
Served on fennel knäckebröd
Jill K. Robinson visited us and wrote about special places to visit here in Longyearbyen, Svalbard. Read More
Feature from Treehugger.com about what we have been up to here in Longyearbyen. Read More