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What’s It Like Fishing as a Family in Rural Alaska?

Fisherman Profile: The Carpenter Family

The Carpenter Family stand aboard their fishing vessel
The Carpenter Family stand aboard their fishing vessel

Our Culinary Year in Review

Rockfish fillets are ready to be vacuum sealed.
Rockfish fillets are ready to be vacuum sealed.
Crispy Beer Batter Fried Fish Sandwiches

Crispy Beer Batter Fried Fish Sandwiches

The Pacific cod in this iconic sandwich is super crispy and super light, thanks to the combination of flour, cornstarch, baking powder, and lager, a type of beer that is more bubbly than most others. For non-beer drinkers, club soda is a perfect alternative. Once you make your own tartar sauce you’ll never buy the jarred stuff again.

Wild salmon

5 reasons why wild Alaska salmon are different from farmed salmon

Habitat, time, origin, diversity, and flavor are key. It’s these factors that make the story of wild salmon worth telling.

Five 20-Minute Meals

Lots of recipes can be on the table in 20 minutes or less. The key is to have a good strategy, plan ahead, and have all of the ingredients out on your work surface before you start cooking. A good recipe doesn't hurt, either!

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20-Minute Meals
20-Minute Meals

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Join Grace as she talks about how to avoid having your Pacific cod stick to the pan and break up.

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Tip of the Day: How to Avoid Pacific Cod Sticking to the Pan

Tip of the Day: How to Avoid Pacific Cod Sticking to the Pan

Salmon Piccata

Salmon Piccata

Traditionally cooked with lemon, butter, and parsley, and often chicken or veal cutlets, piccata is tart, rich, and flavorful. This one, using salmon, adds a bit of miso paste for an extra blast of umami. Look for white (shiro) or yellow (shinshu) miso which tends to be a bit milder than the red or brown versions and a great addition to sauces, soups, or dressings.