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Parmesan Cream Halibut

This halibut is a one pan, 30 minute, creamy dream. I have meant to blog this recipe since the inception of Set the Net but darn it photographing white food is tricky for me at best and I wanted to do a half way decent job at selling this meal with photos. 610 more words


Recently, I wrote about an impending threat to Bristol Bay’s salmon: Pebble Mine. The mine, if developed, will have significant effects across some the richest salmon and brown bear habitat left on Earth. 1,674 more words


Whole Roasted Sesame Cauliflower + Tahini Lime Dipping Sauce

A vegetable that steals the whole show is where I wanted to end up with this post, and goodness this whole roasted cauliflower and creamy sauce does it. 568 more words


Wild Alaskan Halibut Ceviche

Some things just taste like a party, this halibut ceviche is one of them. It’s fresh and bold filled with Wild Alaska Halibut, minced veggies, the tang of lime and heat of jalapeño, serve it up with a cold drink, chips and a crowd and you can’t go wrong. 954 more words


Creamy Dill Salmon Turnovers + Net Work

Yesterday the first delivery of longline halibut hit our city dock, Bronson began tearing apart the Hynautic’s to replace their gaskets, and I hung net. 947 more words


Rhubarb Cast-Iron Cobbler

My rhubarb is not yet even an inch tall but I am acutely aware it is in or rapidly growing into season elsewhere. Here in Bristol Bay it is still frosting at night and my garden still has a few inches of lingering snow melting away on top. 755 more words


“This is the jewel in the crown of America’s fisheries resources – these salmon. If you don’t think this is worth saving, what is? To me, if you don’t draw a line in the sand here, there’s none to be drawn anywhere.” 1,157 more words