The final season of 'Moosemeat & Marmalade' premiered this week on APTN

Details on the final season of the popular Indigenous-focused culinary docuseries

Image of Swedish moose balls and 'Moosemeat & Marmalade' trailer clip provided.

After six successful seasons exploring the intricacies and unique aspects of Indigenous communities across Canada and beyond, the seventh and final season APTN's popular food docuseries Moosemeat & Marmalade premiered last night. The 13-episode season will air on APTN every Tuesday night until mid-summer.

Like always, Moosemeat & Marmalade will see co-hosts Art Napoleon and Dan Hayes traveling to different regions of Canada (as well as Sweden this season!) in search of inter-tribal cooking traditions, dynamic Indigenous ingredients, and more.

The final season promises to be especially exciting and features ice-fishing near Whistler, cooking up seal tacos, creating Swedish moose balls, and even taking a look at how Nova Scotia lobster and scallops fit into east coast Indigenous food culture. In addition to all of that, Napoleon and Hayes will spend time with different culinary professionals across Canada who are putting modern twists on ancient cooking techniques.

Since the series premiered back in January, 2015, Moosemeat & Marmalade has reached 16 million viewers worldwide. It is now also being used in a variety of Canadian schools as part of curriculums.

Watch: APTN's 'Moosemeat & Marmalada' Season 7 Official Trailer