Alaskan Meat Harvest22minsHunting
When most people think about hunting in Alaska, it's trophy big game that comes to mind. Not so for Scott Leysath. His quest is to find out how the locals fill their freezers in the cold weather off-season. Big horns look great on the wall, but you can't eat them. Meet the meat hunters who stack 'em like cordwood and leave no edible body parts behind. Meat's meat, right? Chef Leysath also gives late season Alaska waterfowling a try, in pursuit of the ducks less hunted - the dark fleshed divers that rank near the bottom of most hunters' bucket lists. Of course, he's got to eat them too!