quark campaign Take a look at the new Tundra on the Table: Inuit Culinary Experience, which launches August 30 on the Northwest Passage: Epic High Arctic itinerary. The innovative cooking experience, the first of its kind in the Arctic, earns rave reviews from guests traveling aboard the new Ultramarine ship.
“We are very proud to have successfully launched our innovative Tundra to Table: Inuit Culinary Experience on our recent trip to Greenland and the Canadian High Arctic,” he said. Alex McNeil, director of experience and innovation at Quark Expeditions.
Tundra Two Table, developed in partnership with Inuit chefs, is the only exclusively Inuit dining experience of its kind, offering guests a unique adventure into Greenlandic and Nunavut food and culture. He added, “We are extremely pleased to have our guests who were fortunate enough to enjoy this innovative culinary and cultural experience on board, and we are equally delighted for the Inuit chefs who have been blessed with the stories of their people through food. Had the opportunity to share.” McNeil.
The signature dish of the Tundra to Table experience includes South Greenland lamb served with pommes anna (layers of sliced potatoes), sweet turnip ragu, spicy angelica and wild sauce; Lumpfish sauce with turnip puree and pickled halibut and honey-glazed purtignon served with bread; Braised musk ox in beer with Greenland mashed potatoes, mushroom gravy and berry jam.
Tundra to Table: Inuit Culinary Experiences offered on the Northwest Passage: Epic High Arctic Voyages; Northwest Passage: In Franklin’s Footsteps; Arctic Express Canada: The Heart of the Northwest Passage; Canada’s Remote Arctic: Northwest Passage to Ellesmere and Axel Heiberg Islands; and Best of the Western Arctic: Canada and Greenland.