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Who’s Hungry | Alaskan Eats

On this day in 1867, Secretary of State William H. Seward spent 7.2 million dollars on the purchase of Alaska from Russia. At the time, some Americans criticized this purchase, calling it “Seward’s folly”. It wasn’t until major discoveries of gold were made in the 1890’s that Alaska was seen as a valuable acquisition. Today, we know it was the right move.

To celebrate this great land that I now call home, today’s Who’s Hungry is all Alaskan!

  1. Sourdough Bread from Grit
  2. Reindeer Hot Dogs from Travel and Leisure
  3. King Crab Eggs Benedict from Confections of a Foodie Bride
  4. Slammin’ Alaska Salmon Burgers with Garlic Dill Aioli from Allergy Free Alaska
  5. Tequila-Lime Halibut Tacos with Red Cabbage Slaw from Use Real Butter
  6. Baked Alaska from Food Network

What are your favorite Alaskan eats?

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Happy Monday Babes! Hope you had a grand weekend.

I’ve got a week of fairly eclectic dinners planned.

Here’s what’s cookin’.

  1. Penne with Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese from Food Network
  2. Roasted Salmon with Green Herbs from Food Network
  3. Better Than Take-Out Beef and Broccoli Stir Fry from Barefeet In The Kitchen
  4. Carne Asada from Closet Cooking

What are you making this week?

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Happy Monday Babes! I trust you had a lovely weekend.

I’ve spent the morning cleaning and organizing the apartment with my boo and now I’m more than looking forward to dinner!

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

 

  1. Beer Battered Tofu Tacos from 40 Aprons
  2. Rigatoni with Swiss Chard and Sausage from Food Network
  3. Oven Baked Sweet Potato Fries from Creme de la Crumb

What are you making this week?

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