MICHAEL DINNEEN / ALASKA MAGAZINE Jason Porter, Seven Glaciers’ executive chef, enjoys a butter salad and a glass of 2011 Chateau Montelena riesling. Her work has appeared in Food & Wine, US Air Magazine and Oxford American.
What are you most looking forward to about winter cooking in Alaska? Winter cooking in Alaska allows me to indulge my love of all things hot and melty. Her work has appeared in Food & Wine, US Air Magazine and Oxford American.
Kim Sunée is the author of the bestselling memoir, Trail of Crumbs, and worked previously as a food editor for Southern Living magazine. Her work has appeared in Food and Wine, US Air Magazine, and The Oxford American.
Guests come from all over the world for an opportunity to experience Alaska in a high-adventure way.
Alaska has the fi nest sustainable seafood in the world and in summer it’s at its peak. Her work has appeared in Food and Wine, US Air Magazine, and The Oxford American.
Alaska magazine: The characters in The Snow Child are homesteading in 1920s Alaska, working to turn forest into fi eld and live on the land. Alaska magazine: The 1920s Alaska depicted in your novel is one of hard-working homesteaders who depend on each other.
The recent discovery of a Columbian mammoth skeleton by a bulldozer operator at SnowA mammoth Tale Although mammoths are now extinct, we continue to dig up evidence of thier existence around Alaska. natural Alaska by sherry simpson Courtesy paleoart.Com page=30
Find her work in “Best American Sports Essays 2013,” Sport Literate, New York Times Magazine, Evening Street Review, Memoir and others. Page 42) KRis FaRmen is a novelist, historian and award-winning freelance journalist based in Alaska.
80 AlAskAmAgAzine.com november 2013 Dana Condit of Brewster, Mass., made this photograph from an Alaska Marine Highway ferry and entered it in the 2013 Alaska Magazine Photo Contest. can you name the lighthouse and mountain range?
80 AlAskAmAgAzine.com october 2013 This photo of a well-known Southcentral Alaska hiking trail was submitted for our 2013 Alaska Magazine Photo Contest. Please send guesses to firstname.lastname@example.org, with “Where In Alaska?” as your subject line.
Baker, the frst alaska native of Inupiat eskimo heritage to win the Iditarod, did so after trying every year since 1996. Dimitra Lavrakas is a former editor of the Arctic Sounder, Dutch Harbor Fisherman, Skagway News and Alaska Business Monthly.
They have become a unique part of life on the Alaska coast. Will Rice took a summer job in Alaska in 1971 and never went home. He lives in Anchorage and is a frequent contributor to Alaska Magazine. top pHotos: serine HAlverson; All otHer pHotos: Will rice page=39 page=39
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