Skerpikjøt is a typical dish from the Faroe Islands, Denmark. This meat is prepared from the meats of local lambs, and dried in the wind for several months.
The final meat is eaten raw and has a soft and sweet flavor, with a dry and crunchy texture. Skerpikjøt is served as part of a traditional Faroese meal, as a side dish. It is sometimes served on special occasions, such as Christmas, New Years, and other festivals.