Browsing All posts tagged under »King Salmon«

Dam It, No!

August 22, 2012

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Twitter is an amazing tool for linking people to other people and what is happening in the world. Just yesterday I was connected to an issue that I had heard bits and pieces about over recent years in a way that I would not have expected to be affected by so profoundly. When I dug […]

Eyes on the Prize

June 27, 2012

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We love our King Salmon in Bristol Bay and it shows. The Kings are the prized by-catch, of the commercial fishermen who pursue red salmon, that show up at most unexpected times when we pull our gear over the gunwales of our skiffs or through the rollers of our powerboats. I love the exultant expression […]

Leftover Salmon

March 5, 2012

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Sometimes leftover salmon can taste as good as freshly cooked salmon, especially if you have just finished a satisfying ski. Earlier this season I shared a couple of bites of leftover Bristol Bay Naknek River King Salmon belly with my friend Jen in the Eaglecrest parking lot after we had taken some runs together and […]

Honoring the Fish

March 4, 2012

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Yesterday I cut some salmon fillets that I felt pretty good about. How a person fillets doesn’t necessarily affect how the fish will taste, but I feel that making nice cuts does justice to the life that the fish gave. Here is my work pictured below: I have shared this preparation in a previous post, […]

The Whole Thing

March 3, 2012

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We are having a gathering at our house tonight. You are invited. We will be sharing the last of our Bristol Bay salmon from the 2011 season. A Naknek River King Salmon that was frozen whole after it was bled. It is waiting to be filleted and I will be baking both sides along with […]

It’s Your Birthday!

February 28, 2012

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One of my sisters is marking the anniversary of her birth today. She is tiny and tough with a will to conquer any obstacle and determination to reach any goal she has set her sights on. If she were closer I would make her a nice dinner with wine pairings. As it is, the lives […]

Smoke Perfume

February 17, 2012

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More snow fell on Eaglecrest last night and I headed up to do some downhill and cross-country skiing. The sun broke through the fog just as I got to the top and I went in search of some untouched powder. I got a little mad at myself for being chicken on a steep chute, but […]

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