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The Salmon Sisters

Harvest & Heritage: Seasonal Recipes and Traditions that Celebrate the Alaskan Spirit

August 22, 2023 | Hardcover
ISBN: 9781632174338
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"A cookbook that celebrates abundance, and pays tribute to precious landscapes that offer us such satisfying meals."
Food & Wine magazine

Follow the Salmon Sisters as they celebrate the seasons through the food, traditions, and rituals of their Alaskan home. Lush photography, charming illustrations, 60 comforting recipes, and 35 traditions showcase and honor the untamed spirit, natural bounty, and seasonal rhythms of land and sea.

Open up the rich pages of Harvest & Heritage and step into another world. A landscape dotted with berries, wildflowers, and moose, an ocean rich with salmon, seafood, and kelp. A place of resilience and cherished traditions. While the landscape is vast, the community is tight-knit. This is the world of the Salmon Sisters and they are inviting you to join them through a year of changing seasons and comforting rituals. And yes, deeply satisfying food.

The cookbook is organized by season. In each section, readers will find:

  • Recipes ideal for the home cook
  • Illustrated rituals and traditions
  • Stories from Alaskan women on living and eating well 
  • A Solstice or Equinox menu to celebrate the seasonal harvest
  • Expansive and intimate photography 

About this Author

Emma Teal Laukitis and Claire Neaton grew up on a homestead called Stonewall Place on the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. They have worked on their family's commercial fishing boats in the Bering Sea since they were young. Born from summers fishing with their family, Emma and Claire's appreciation for their unique upbringing and for the sustainable fisheries became central to many of their pursuits. Emma studied art and English at Williams College and earned a master's degree in design at the University of Washington, and Claire studied business and nutrition at the University of Vermont.

ISBN: 9781632174338
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 272
Publisher: Sasquatch Books
Published: 2023-08-22

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