A few months ago, I learned how to field dress and butcher a caribou. I kept a few choice caribou leg bones and the heart in the freezer, and I’ve finally made broth.
Making a hearty broth is surprisingly simple. Continue reading Caribou Heart & Bone Broth Recipe
During Alaska’s cold winter months, nothing reminds me more of summertime fishing in the Last Frontier than opening a jar of smoked salmon.
If you like tuna melt sandwiches, you’re going to absolutely love my hot, cheesy, flavorful grilled salmon melt recipe. Plus it’s easy and fast to prepare. Continue reading Hot, Zesty Grilled Salmon Melt Recipe
With wild Alaska blueberries and raspberries freshly tucked away in the freezer for longer term storage, what better way to celebrate the fall season than with a flavorful, mixed wild fruit pie? Continue reading Alaska Wild Mixed Fruit Pie Recipe
During our state’s bountiful summer months, Alaskans pack their freezers full of delicious, wild-caught salmon.
While there’s nothing better than the taste (and smell!) of fresh Alaskan salmon filets on the grill, I think it’s fun to create playful recipes that repurpose leftovers, breathing new life into an “old” meal. Continue reading Salmon Cakes Recipe + Fresh Cilantro Lime Aioli
Making pickled eggs might seem intimidating if you’ve never done it before, but it’s actually amazingly simple. Continue reading Jalapeno pickled eggs recipe
Mature fireweed flowers and plump, freshly harvested raspberries make the perfect pair in this fun jelly recipe. Continue reading Fireweed Raspberry Jelly Recipe (& preservation)
A great way to eat moose heart meat by slow cooking it into a soup or broth. Continue reading Moose Heart Soup & Broth Recipe
It’s that time of year when Alaskans clean out their freezers, preparing for a new season’s harvest. Continue reading Pressure Canning Alaska Halibut + Recipe
Have some old, leftover instant oatmeal packets in your pantry? Repurpose them into some fresh & delicious hearty instant oatmeal cookies! Continue reading Hearty Oatmeal Cookies Using Instant Oatmeal Packets
While clearing out the freezer, I found a few frozen packages of last year’s backyard rhubarb harvest.
After making this rhubarb berry jam and sharing with a few friends, the reviews I got ranged from “This tastes like a fruit roll-up!” to “I’m going to dump this on vanilla ice cream and eat it with a spoon.” I took this as a hint that I should share my recipe… Continue reading Rhubarb Berry Jam Recipe