These pumpkin cookies baked by Teri Robl on Oct. 28, 2018, in her Homer, Alaska, kitchen are just the thing for a fall Halloween treat. (Photo by Teri Robl)

Kachemak Cuisine: First frost means time for pumpkin treats

There is frost on the pumpkin. That chilly fall nip is in the air and the change in the weather has our winter-loving family looking… Continue reading

 

Apple cheddar and sage scones spice up a Homer country breakfast in this photo taken by Teri Robl on Oct. 17, 2018, in Homer, Alaska. (Photo by Teri Robl)

Kachemak Cuisine:

It’s autumn and that means apple time. Baking with apples enhanced by spices such as spicy sweet cinnamon, warm earthy nutmeg and pungent sharp clove… Continue reading

 

Teri Robl’s beef pot pie incorporates Alaska moose meat with locally grown vegetables. (Photo by Teri Robl)

Kachemak Cuisine: Beef pot pie is the perfect fall comfort food

This weekend I found myself with a counter full of produce from the garden and moose meat the Other Fisherman brought home after butchering. I… Continue reading

 

Lemon adds something special to berry recipes. (Photo by Teri Robl)

Kachemak Cuisine: Berries and lemon recipes celebrate summer

The berry-best time of summer was just here and I hope you were fortunate enough to find yourself daydreaming in the berry patch.Last week was… Continue reading

Lemon adds something special to berry recipes. (Photo by Teri Robl)
Big, colorful salads made with fresh ingredients from the garden are a summer staple. (Photo by Teri Robl)

Kachemak Cuisine: Savor the bounty and freshness of summer gardens

Each visit I make to our little Alaskan garden surprises me as I am not much of a gardener. As a perfect example of this… Continue reading

Big, colorful salads made with fresh ingredients from the garden are a summer staple. (Photo by Teri Robl)
Magic Kingdom halibut piccata with fettucine was inspired by a recipe for swordfish by Sam Sifton in the New York Times. (Photo by Teri Robl)

Kachemak Cuisine: Frozen salmon is Alaska fast food

It’s the gathering time of year and our freezers need cleaning out to make room for this summer’s harvest and bounty. We are flush on… Continue reading

Magic Kingdom halibut piccata with fettucine was inspired by a recipe for swordfish by Sam Sifton in the New York Times. (Photo by Teri Robl)

Stars align for rhubarb and halibut

There are only two things besides seeing the sandhill cranes arrive and the baby moose following their mommas on wobbly legs that I wait all… Continue reading

Balsamic vinegar adds sweet, tangy flavors

Traditional balsamic vinegars are made from a pure and unfermented reduced grape must and aged for several years in a series of wooden barrels. Balsamic’s… Continue reading

Start summer with a taste of seafood

It’s “sun-officially” summer. The rivers on the lower Kenai Peninsula are open for salmon fishing and we enjoyed a blue sky and sunny Memorial Day… Continue reading

Spring means rhubarb time

Where is the sunshine and warmer weather? The song birds and cranes got the memo to return, but maybe Mother Nature didn’t copy the sunshine… Continue reading

Lemon and Italy

I recently returned from visiting a different part of the world that was beautiful, green, peaceful, interesting, very old and idyllic. Each morning I would… Continue reading

Biscuits are always yummy

One evening this winter I made a yummy moose stew and was thinking how nice it would be to serve it with a good piece… Continue reading

Spring is salmon time

I know spring is here when the Winter King Salmon Tournament is held. My friends Charlie Edwards and Danny Donich were the fortunate skilled fishermen… Continue reading

Looking forward to spring and fresh fish

It’s March — lots more daylight and sunshine! Easter is coming. The promise of crocus, daffodils and tulips poking themselves up from their winter beds… Continue reading

Spicy soup and muffins will cheer you up during flu season

The influenza bug hit the Other fisherman and I hard this last week. I don’t think I have ever spent so many days feeling like… Continue reading

Happy Endings

My first taste of really good Asian food was many years ago in Anchorage at a wonderful restaurant called the Tea Leaf, that unfortunately is… Continue reading

Try special treats for someone sweet

Treat those you love this Valentine’s Day with a special sweet. I don’t believe one needs a specific reason to indulge in a decadent dessert.… Continue reading

Bring out the grill with warm weather

The unseasonably spring-like weather we’ve been experiencing has me on the party deck doing some grilling. If this mild winter continues, I’ll be firing up… Continue reading

Winter is the perfect time for comfort food

I am hunkered into domestic life, as my job is seasonal and I am off during the winter months. I know that may seem a… Continue reading

Time for a little pizazz in New Year

Happy New Year! A clean slate, endless possibilities, each day an opportunity to enjoy a new adventure. What are you thinking about resolutions? I am… Continue reading