Food & Drink

Yukon’s food magazine, What’s Up Yukon.  Enjoy stories on local agriculture, and Yukon foods created under the midnight sun!  Yukoners share their local food recipes and wild harvesting secrets.

Premier Puts His ‘Best Foot Forward’ and Makes a Little Yukon History

Who drank the 100,000th Sourtoe Cocktail? Well, now we know. The famous drink (also known as The Toe), was created by the equally famous Captain Dick, in 1973, in the even more famous locale known as Dawson City, and has been a major “Yukon To Do” for visitors and locals alike. Since 1973, the number …

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Rabbit Ragu With Bucatini

Rabbit (Ragu) has mild white meat but it has a bit more of a robust and meaty flavour than average grocery-store chicken.

Whitehorse Brunch Roundup

When planning a Mother’s Day outing in Whitehorse, once thing is certain: There are a “brunch” of options. We feature 3.

When Gatherers Become Gardeners

Mid-winter Potato, Kale and Cheddar Pie. A hearty, cheesy, main course that only needs a side salad for a satisfying mid-winter meal.

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