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Pan Seared Salmon

Coming from Alaska, I have easy access to Alaskan King Salmon. My dad is a recreational fisherman during the summers. When he collects his quota for the season, he ships me loads of… Continue reading

Piquillo Pepper Romesco

[rōˈmeskō]: a piquant sauce of red peppers, nuts, garlic, and olive oil. *Oxford Dictionaries Originally from the region of Catalonia in Spain created by local fisherman in the fifteen century. This sauce pairs… Continue reading

Charcuterie/Antipasto Board

The peninsula, filled with the history of those who once took steps in Charleston, South Carolina, gracefully tapped into my imagination. The sun combined with the faint smell of salt lingering within the… Continue reading

Lavender Apricot Preserve Recipe

An Aperitif with a View

“In my hands, I hold an Aperol Spritz during dinner at a local restaurant on the island of Ios, Greece.”   *Also feel free to follow me on Twitter: @AGWAAF Instagram: @agirlwithanadventurousfork  … Continue reading

Tomato Sauce

sim·plic·i·ty || the quality or condition of being plain or natural In cooking one word describes my style of cooking: simple. When I think of ingredients, I enjoy keeping the integrity of the ingredient being… Continue reading

Brie and Canadian Bacon Panini

Recently I’ve been trying to change what I eat. A big part of this change is trying to prevent myself from eating the food at work. By doing so, I started making my… Continue reading

Alaskan Seafood Lasagna

Alaska, a place that has breathtaking landscapes and sceneries. Not only is The Last Frontier rich in minerals, but it’s a place that is valued on subsistence living. It offers an abundance array of… Continue reading

Farewell, Hello Hong Kong

For a while now, I’ve had this unbearable hunger to travel. The nostalgia of my last adventures overwhelmed me. I gained a sense of urgency to escape from the box I forced myself in.… Continue reading