Here’s some of my favorite things from a Indigenized/ local AK dinner … The barley and sprouts, as well as seabeans, Rempel’s stripetti squash and fiddlehead ferns came from the Central Farmer’s Market at Sears Mall. The Ojibwa Wild Rice can be found at www.whiteearth.com and is fresh, cooks super quick and is very nutty.
This past Saturday, I presented on Alaska’s Food Culture at TEDxAnchorage.
Presenting at TEDxAnchorage
My talk included the wealth of indigenous food knowledge, the locally grown movement and the new technologies that are making an Alaskan food culture exciting. It was a great experience and I was more than inspired by the other talks from fellow Alaskans. I’ll look forward to sharing the link to my presentation within the month.
Know what's available locally!