Browsing All posts tagged under »Francis Lam«

Staying Hungry

March 1, 2012

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I was compelled to head up to Eaglecrest early this morning to look for some untracked snow after the two day closure, but by the time I was done with some morning business on the computer it was snowing like mad. Now I don’t feel so rushed to get up to the mountain and enjoy […]

No Doubt, A Better Brownie

February 15, 2012

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I am learning to navigate on Twitter and along the way found some admired foodie writers to follow. My regard for Francis Lam was spawned when he spoke out for protecting Bristol Bay and its wild salmon resource during his days at Salon.com. While he was there I tried many of his recipes that really […]

Backbone

February 9, 2012

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Today I headed up to the lower nordic loop at Eaglecrest Ski Area. Even on the mountain the temperatures were in the 40’s but the good cover we got earlier in the season is holding up pretty well. Judging by the marks on the recently groomed trail, a few folks got out ahead of me, […]

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manifesto of a Southeast Alaskan village girl

Warrior Publications

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A photographic journal of my experiences as a freelance photographer...

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Do Bianchi

Negotiating the Epistemologic Implications of Oenophilia

hikingnorthwest

These boots were definitely made for walking!

The Jeep Experience

The Rookie Jeep and Outdoor Enthusiast

Wakawaka, Jr. Road School

A Road Trip to Education

the rainy kitchen

cooking through the rain in southeast alaska

the gypsy fish company

sustainable. wild. alaska.

¡Che! Parrilla

Proper Argentine Street Food

Rantings of an Amateur Chef

Food...cooking...eating....tools - What works, and what doesn't!

Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

Described as "A New Standard for Wine Reviews" by @kermitlynchwine

The Bubbly Professor

Excellent Adventures in Wine and Spirits Education

Evil Bottle

The Dark Side of Wine

Seler d'or

Vinous Aesthetics

Pure Alaska Salmon

eat it canned!

the fishing blues

tales of a fishing family

Fisher Poet

Fish is poetry.

SaltWaterSoldiers

News and Views From The Commercial Fishing Industry

saignée

the crushed grape, crying out for revenge