Posts from the ‘Blog’ Category

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    Preorder Your Share of the 2015 Catch

    March 31st, 2015 | 2015, Blog | Traveler | No Comments

    Spring is in the air & our Alaskan summer fishing season is just around the corner. Now’s the time to preorder your Share of the coming summer’s catch! Although the final order deadline is June 1, if you preorder before May 1, we’re offering an early order special promotion – one free sockeye portion added […]

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    Bacon-Wrapped Salmon

    March 6th, 2015 | Baked, Blog, Grilled, Recipes, Salmon Recipes | Traveler | No Comments

    Yum After so many years cooking salmon, it’s wonderful to still be moved to say, “this is the best salmon I’ve ever had,” as I did yesterday when I cooked this. Prep Time 15 minutes Cook Time 15 minutes Serves 2 Ingredients 1 lb. sockeye, coho or king salmon Salt 8 strips bacon 3 Tbsp […]

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    Thai Sockeye Salmon

    February 12th, 2015 | Baked, Blog, Salmon Recipes, Sockeye Salmon | Traveler | No Comments

    Yum I thawed some sockeye the other day and wanted to try something new. I had a few green papayas and I love Thai green papaya salad so I decided to cook the salmon “Thai style” to go with the salad. Lacking the energy to dig into my Thai cook books for true inspiration, I […]

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    Thai Red Curry Soup with Halibut

    February 6th, 2015 | Blog, Halibut | Traveler | No Comments

    Yum I made this the other day for my family and it was so good. Lovely too. Give it a try, but be warned, it’s very rich so eat a modest portion and savor every bite. Also bear in mind that this recipe makes 4 large servings. I had a lot of leftovers. Halving it […]

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    Mid-Winter Smoked Coho Special

    January 31st, 2015 | Blog | Traveler | No Comments

    SUNNY WEATHER FOR THE MARKET TOMORROW! Come see us at the Falls Church Farmers Market tomorrow from 9-12 and enjoy some sun and seafood. We have a mid-winter “Get your vitamin D fix” special: $25/lb. FOR SMOKED COHO ($10/lb. less than normal). Stock up since we are only offering 42 lbs. at that price. Other […]

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    Gordon & Traveler Catch the Big One

    January 29th, 2015 | 2014, Blog, Fish Camp 2014 | Traveler | No Comments

    This fall my father, Gordon, and I went out on Kachemak Bay to fish for halibut. Despite low expectations, we hit the jackpot with this 106 pounder! It was a great subsistence day on the water with dad.

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    54 Million Sockeye Coming to Bristol Bay in 2015

    January 22nd, 2015 | 2015, Blog | Traveler | No Comments

    While the long-term average sockeye salmon run in Bristol Bay (where we fish) is a staggering 32 million fish, this year is projected to be well above that at 54 million, the biggest since 1995. Although this projection has yet to prove true, we believe in our biologist, Paul Salomone (yes, that’s his real name!), […]

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    Phyllo-Wrapped Halibut with Garlic Yogurt Sauce

    January 16th, 2015 | Blog, Halibut | Traveler | No Comments

    Yum During the holidays I am occasionally taken with the need to wrap things. The impulse has always posed a problem in the kitchen––until I rediscovered phyllo dough that is! This turned out to be a really fun way to cook, serve, and eat halibut. The meal I mad was really simple (whole wheat pasta […]

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    Cedar’s Second Christmas 2014 (video)

    January 2nd, 2015 | 2014, 2014, Blog | Traveler | No Comments

    Cedar was just a pupa for her first Christmas, but this year she experienced some serious gift giving. Cedar’s Second Christmas 2014

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    China Poot Creek (Video)

    January 2nd, 2015 | 2014, 2014, Blog, Family | Traveler | No Comments

    My family and I have filled our freezer from this lovely creek for over 30 years. When I was a toddler, not much older than Cedar is now, I would net fish while my father held me. And now I fish her with my daughter.

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