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The Salmon Sisters: Feasting, Fishing, and Living in Alaska by Emma Teal Laukitis and Claire Neaton

The Salmon Sisters: Feasting, Fishing, and Living in Alaska

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The Salmon Sisters: Feasting, Fishing, and Living in Alaska by Emma Teal Laukitis and Claire Neaton
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Apr 07, 2020 | ISBN 9781632172259

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A Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Bestseller

“To flip through the pages of Emma Teal Laukities’s and Claire Neaton’s new cookbook…is to be whisked away on an adventure in the country’s northernmost state…Part memoir, part guide to resourceful, resilient living, their book showcases how to cook seasonal, sustainable seafood.”
—Martha Stewart

“The Salmon Sisters’ cookbook aims to be an entry point for anyone looking to add more seafood to their diet and support the nation’s small-scale fishermen in the process.”
—Outside

“For a bit of atmospheric escapism to the Aleutian Islands in Alaska, check out The Salmon Sisters, a seafood-centric cookbook by fisherwomen Emma Teal Laukitis and Claire Neaton.”
—TASTE

“[A]n informative, entertaining, and inspiring approach sure to resonate with seafood lovers of all skill levels.”
—Publishers Weekly

“A sound addition to cookbook shelves focusing on fish and the fishing life. Family stories mixed with recipes create a captivating experience.”
—Library Journal

“When not actively working the nets, the [Salmon Sisters do] a lot of the cooking, both on land and boat, learning to cope with dwindling fresh vegetable supplies on weeks-long fishing expeditions. This cookbook replicates the recipes the sisters have developed. They are generally simple, emphasizing the fish’s freshness and complementing with herbs and onions or garlic. Yet they don’t hesitate to branch out with cardamom-date waffles, about as tropically sourced as can be imagined. Alaskan fish species and the means of catching them are laid out with easy-to-understand drawings and text.”
—Booklist

“[The Salmon Sisters] are supporting their community by protecting a way of life and Alaskan salmon.”
—Civil Eats

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