Monthly Archives: January 2015

The Home, It Groans

We’ve had an unusually warm winter – until now. It’s hit the 40s (below) finally. The air is unbelievably crisp, reminding us what living in Fairbanks is all about this time of year. It’s a great time to get things done inside, that’s for sure. All systems are working well; the boiler comes on frequently and the wood stove is stoked and radiating very welcome heat.

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New Meat, Good Meat

One thing you rarely hear people talk about is how they choose to try a new type of meat. I think there is just one way to do it — lightly sauteed with a little salt and pepper. (Unless you get the chance to cook it like we do with Paleo Caribou.) This simple recipe is how you can have a standard that helps you place the meat’s flavor in your repertoire.

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