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
Alaska’s natural beauty has so much wild, edible food to offer – if you know what you’re looking for. Continue reading Harvesting Wild Fiddlehead Ferns in Alaska
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
It was a beautiful Saturday morning in March in surprisingly sunny Anchorage, Alaska.
The Iditarod track made of leveled snow (freshly trucked in from Fairbanks, AK) was perfectly spread along Cordova Street, spanning the entire length and width of the road. Any other week of the year, Cordova Street is a semi-well used street, passing through residential neighborhood and running straight north through downtown Anchorage. Continue reading The Alaska Iditarod: Sled Dogs & Mushers Kicking Off 2016 in Anchorage
On a gorgeous Saturday afternoon in February, my friend C.j., her pups & I put on our winter gear and drove out to Eklutna Lake for a winter hike. Continue reading Hiking the Eklutna Lake “Lakeside Trail” in February
If you’re looking for a stunning fall hike that’s right in Anchorage and offers prime Alaska berry picking, the Flattop hiking trails are impressive. Continue reading Berry Picking at the Flattop Hiking Trail