There are some Alaskan foods and drinks that everyone enjoys during a trip: A fresh filet of Alaskan salmon. Piping hot King Crab legs. A pint of Alaskan Amber (or another Alaskan craft beer). And... shots, anyone? While most of us gave up imbibing from shot glasses some time in our 20s, Alaska has only one alcoholic drink it can claim as originating in The Last Frontier: the Duck Fart shot...
There are some smells I associate only with Alaska: the crisp fresh smell of birch trees putting out their leaves in spring, bug spray in the peak of summer when the mosquitos are at their worst, and fresh breakfast wafting down to my bedroom from the kitchen on the second floor of my childhood home...
Curious about Alaskan sourdough and what to make with it? Learn the history and make your own Alaskan sourdough bread bowls with this recipe.
Want an easy Alaskan recipe everyone will love – even picky kids? Learn how to make beer-battered Alaskan halibut in this simple recipe!
Want to taste the globe while you're not traveling? This Alaskan Salmon Poke recipe combines flavors of the last frontier in a Hawaiian dish.
Want a super simple, delicious appetizer to add to your Alaskan travel-inspired meal? This Kenai Cheese Dip recipe is easy and irresistible.
Need a way to impress dinner guests – and bring a taste of Alaska into your home? Learn my super easy grilled Alaska salmon recipe.
Want to make a delicious dessert inspired by the Last Frontier? This easy Alaskan-inspired strawberry rhubarb crumble recipe will do the trick!