I recently read this interesting article from www.thekitchn.com. The village of Kake is not far from where we are and I thought this story was wonderfully done. A lot of people preserve their fish using this sort of method. Jarred salmon is easily accessible (thanks Jane for the hookup this summer!). I didn’t eat a lot of seafood until I moved to Alaska and I have enjoyed learning more about how to prepare and enjoy it. If you liked this article, you might enjoy these as well:
- Cooking Lessons: How to Make Smoked Salmon
- Another How To…..
- Salmon Recipes
- Wild Salmon Season – New York Times Style
- A link that has nothing to do with smoked salmon and is about traveling to Alaska