The lucky musher to collect the First to the Yukon award will be served the following meal prepared by Executive Chef Bobby Sidro. The meal would cost $99 at The Millennium Alaskan Hotel Anchorage.
— Starters: Red King crab stuffed portobello mushrooms and smoked sockeye salmon cucumbers with gourmet cheese, served with sauvignon blanc from New Zealand and California.
— Soup: Alaska Clam Chowder.
— Salad: Roast duck salad with mixed greens, ginger, garlic, green onion, asparagus, mangos, pears, watercress and vermicelli noodles. Served with chardonnay from California.
— Entree: 14-ounce choice rib eye steak, topped with a cognac and Alaskan Amber beer sauce, jumbo prawns, bacon-wrapped scallops, asparagus and four cheese risotto cakes. Served with pinot noir from California and New Zealand.
— Dessert: Fruit tart, including strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, kiwi, pears and apples. Served with port.
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