Posts Tagged ‘seafood’

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    Give the gift of Salmon

    December 15th, 2015 | Blog | Traveler | No Comments

    Give the Gift of Salmon This Holiday Season For the foodie with everything, a box of our best salmon might be just the thing. Long ago we learned that salmon is the best gift. That was true partly because it’s what we’ve always had to give, but more importantly it’s a gift that doesn’t clutter someone’s […]

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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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    Give The Gift of Seafood

    December 11th, 2014 | 2014, Blog | Traveler | No Comments

    Give the Gift of Seafood This Holiday Season For the foodie with everything, one of our handmade seafood gift cards might be just the thing Through the lean and the rich years, a freezer full of beautiful seafood has been the one constant in our lives. This means that more often than not, our friends […]

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    Halibut Cakes with Garlic-Dill Aioli

    October 17th, 2014 | Blog, Halibut | Traveler | No Comments

    Yum My freezer is plugged with halibut since this fall when I got that 106 pounder. So, I have been learning new ways of preparing the majestic flatfish of the north. These halibut cakes were delicious so I thought I would share the recipe. This recipe was inspired by a friend’s book of art and […]

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    Seafood Fraud

    March 1st, 2013 | 2013, Blog, News | Traveler | No Comments

    “Traveler, have you seen that study?” I heard some variation of this statement from so many people this past week I quickly began to feel stupid for not knowing what they were talking about. Finally finding some time to read the news, I dove into what all the commotion was about––probably the longest, lagest and […]

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