Local Connections: Cooking in Alaska's Wildest Kitchen with Alaskan Chef (Wheelchair Accessible)

1.5 hours | Icy Strait Point | P S 2 - 3 1 1
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Min. age: 8 years (See special notes)
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Points of Interest

  • Alaska Cuisine
Includes snack, Easy activity

Description

Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.

What You Will Visit:

Alaskan Culinary Demonstration
Learn to prepare wild, natural and sustainable Alaska seafood in a hands-on tasting session hosted by wilderness chef Dodie Lunda. Living on a floathouse for 23 years in remote Alaska made her a creative and accomplished cook. Discover what sets Alaskan seafood apart for all others, about the local fishing industry and special cooking techniques. Watch a filleting demonstration, and learn how to handle an alder-wood grill. Recipe cards are included so guests can re-create the experience at home.

What You See Along The Way:
As you walk to your culinary experience, take in views of Icy Strait Point and the Alaska wilderness, enjoying the forests, valleys, ocean vistas and stunning mountainous scenery.

Snacks:
Watch and learn as the catch of the day is filleted, then get hands-on as you prepare and cook the fresh Alaska seafood with the guidance of your culinary host. The tasting menu includes seafood harvested from local waters and may include salmon and halibut. Vegetables and seasonal herbs are used in the preparation of the delectable snacks. Beverages include wine spritzer, coffee, tea and water.

Special Notes:

The content of this tour is identical to PS2-310. Only guests using a wheelchair can book this tour. Bookings not marked with an accessibility requirement will be removed from the tour's inventory.

Passengers with disabilities must contact the onboard Tour Office at least 48 hours prior to the excursion to ensure arrangements can be made to meet their particular needs. Please be sure to read the "Accessible Cruising" information on the home page of Princess.com.

Minimum age is 8.

Provided: Recipe cards

Snack: Dishes with fresh & canned salmon, grilled halibut, wine spritzer, coffee, tea, water

Unaccompanied Minor Policy: Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.

Check-in and walk to Alaska's Wildest Kitchen venue

Travel time:
00:05

Demonstration of several dishes and tasting them, fileting of halibut or salmon and get ready to cook own fish

Time at site:
01:00

Guests grilling their own halibut and salmon over Alder wood fire

Time at site:
00:15

Eating what they cooked and finishing the class

Time at site:
00:10