There's a bounty of new flavors in store for Andrew when he visits Alaska's Inside Passage. From fresh sea cucumbers, to pickled gumboots, to smoked hooligans, there are plenty of new finds and old favorites ...Go to Episode
Digging Up Stinkheads
Andrew gets to try a traditional Tlingit food that he finds hard to swallow: stinkheads! They’re salmon heads that have been buried on the beach so they can be brined by sea water at high tide.
Diving for Sea Cucumbers
Andrew Zimmern goes fishing on the good ship "Anomaly" with Jon McGraw. The seafood is cooked up in a way Andrew’s never seen before, by removing the skin first with a putty knife.
Kake is home to the 12th largest salmon hatchery in the world. Visit for a chance to see how the salmon are separated and fertilized.
Kake Community Smokehouse
In Kake, hunting is about providing food for the entire community. An old Tlingit custom dictates that every part of the seal is used, except the head, which is left where the animal was killed. The meat is then brought to the community smokehouse.
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