Alaska Natives have been harvesting salmon for thousands of years. Now that science is revealing more about how fish feel, should humans still eat them?
Pickled veggies. Photo courtesy Foundroot. Leah Wagner and Nick Schlosstein are a husband and wife team who run Foundroot, an online business selling seeds proven for Alaskan growing…
Dipnetting veteran James P. Bennett shares tips and techniques for what to do once you’ve netted a salmon and how to use the whole fish.
Voices of Alaska with Mandy Dixon, 36, the executive chef at Within the Wild adventure lodges.
Nick Jans shares tales of caribou soup, moose nose, fermented walrus flipper, and other Eskimo foods he’s encountered through years of Inupiaq hospitality.
Sam Friedman organized camp cooking competitions for five summers while living in Alaska. So he shared some of his tips on how to hold a camp cooking competition…
Sam Friedman organized a camp cooking competition in Alaska for five summers. These are the two winning camp recipes from his last year hosting the contest.
People have used glacier ice from Alaska to cool their cocktails since at least the 1850s. The company Alaska Glacial Ice still harvests ice for cocktails.
Charlie Anway strawberries were huge. The largest berries measured seven inches in circumference. “This strawberry is without a rival in size or quality,” wrote his biographer.