“You should never go to Alaska as a young man because you'll never be satisfied with any other place as long as you live. And there's a lot of truth to that.” — John Muir
Hop in the float plane—a new episode of DIRT just dropped. The DIRT crew made their way to Alaska, “the land of earth, sea, and sky.” All feast, no sleep is the name of the game as Josh makes the most of Alaska’s abundant and legendary daylight alongside local guides, fishermen, and even a couple grizzlies. There’ll be plenty of time to hibernate in winter. But for now—join us—there are halibut to filet, rainforest ’shrooms to forage, and mountainside meals to cook up.
Whether it’s off-shore fishing to make fresh ceviche or foraging the forest floor for rare wild mushrooms—adventure and food have always been interconnected. In Huckberry’s inaugural episodic series, DIRT, host Josh Rosen guides us on missions beyond a city’s landscape to source food and ingredients unique to their region. With the help of some truly inspiring local experts, Josh and the team will cook up a meal with nearby chefs that not only speaks to the region’s unique landscape, but the surrounding community.