Alaskan Food

Chef Jack Amon at Marx Bros Cafe and Muse at The Anchorage Museum samples some bladderwrack from Gimbal Botanicals.

What’s Alaskan food? It’s more than pilot crackers and peanut butter. You’ve got to include sourdough bread, smoked salmon and even macadamia halibut. Alaska’s mixed culture has produced a mixed cuisine. Find out what’s cooking, and share your own ideas, as we take up uniquely Alaskan food on the next Talk of Alaska.

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  • Rob Kinneen, chef, blogger Fresh Forty-Nine
  • Jack Amon, chef, Marx Bros Cafe and Muse at The Anchorage Museum


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LIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.

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