At some point in the first half of the game, when you walk into the Missti Skip, Gunnar will demand that you go into the kitchen and cook -- what was it again? Torramatur, that was it.
According to Wikipedia (#h+https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%9Eorramatur#h-), torramatur is a selection of traditional Icelandic food served at winter festivals, consisting of slices of different kinds of preserved meat and seafood served with rye bread and butter. It often includes meat from shark, sheep, lamb, seal, and cod. Oh yum. I mean, oh, YUM!
When you go into the kitchen, you'll find that this is a logic puzzle. A confusing one. That's mostly random. Blast!
Because the exact food order you get is RANDOM, I can't tell you exactly how to win this one. But cooking torramatur is optional; you don't have to do even one tray to finish the game. So if you really don't want to do this one, just skip it.
If you do want to try or just can't resist the opportunity to win 1,000 kronur at a time, read on for some tips.
Since your tip drops the longer you take to figure it out, play the game in a window and click outside the window to stop the clock while you think about the best way to arrange the pieces.
You don't have to accept any orders you don't like. The easiest arrays are those that have one row of six, because there are only six spaces in a row, so that row has to be either the top or the bottom row of the finished tray.
After you've done a couple, you'll see that the same patterns start to repeat. There are only two arrangements that include one row of six, for example.
Once you figure out one pattern, you can just keep flipping through the possibles until you find that pattern again.
All the same, remember that this is an optional game, and there is another way to make money. Just back out of the screen when you get tired of it.