What’s for Dinner? Cooking and Eating in Antarctica (Slate)

Place Setting forks knives napkinsCooking in Antarctica gives a whole new meaning to the term “frozen food.” On Palmer Station, an American research station near Cape Horn, Chef Mike Hiller gets creative with what’s available while on the arctic tundra (hint: there’s not a ton of fresh food — or “freshies” — to be had). Learn more about what meals are like on the most desolate continent in Slate.

And, in a similar vein, in case you missed it (ICYMI, for all of you down with the lingo), check out how Sam Seda ’15 is getting creative in this hemisphere in “Kent Island Life: Cook Sam Seda ’15 on Why It Has to be Comfort Food.”

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