It's Rough Being an Alaskan

It's Rough Being an Alaskan
King Crab stock with Kaffir Lime & Coriander for Thai Bisque

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Food for Thought

The past month has been a bit of a catering feat, and have FINALLY come up for a gasp of air! I keep thinking every day, "I need to post" and now weeks have passed. The legislative session is basically kicking my rear end and all our teams' with a bevy of receptions, conferences, parties and more and more. My poor staff were drooping like wilted tulips at the end of last week. I never saw such excitement at the mention of a two-day weekend!

Am currently sipping a yummy cup of hot chocolate and dipping a homemade ginger molasses cookie in it, as I have been slacking on my Two-a-Day-Cookie-Quota.

All-in-all it has been a busy stretch including the following events....

Number One: A small grease fire in which I panicked in front of my staff and proceeded to forget the safety meeting tips I had just learned the previous day (so that was exceedingly embarrassing!), hence we had another safety fire meeting the next day.

Secondly, we received a Letter of Recognition from United States Senator Mark Begich at a Chamber of Commerce event we catered, which was very supportive, complimentary of our business and congratulating us on our Fifth Year Anniversary!

Thirdly, am honored to be a featured speaker at the Alaska Women's Expo on April 6th at Centennial Hall with my mother as a local story of supportive mom and career driven daughter!

In closing, I love to hear feedback so if anyone has comments or even questions on our catering, tips for your own event, recipes you need assistance with, I am here to help!

Here are a few foodie pics to tide you over until next time...uh, oh my stomach is growling now.

Alaskan Amber Battered Halibut n' Chips with Cucumber Dill Aioli

White Ale Poached Prawns

Salted Caramel Cupcake

1 comment:

  1. Fire Fire! Sounds like it's been exciting in the kitchen. :)
    Congrats on the senator recognition, and mostly on your invite to speak in April. Can't wait to hear how that goes. Don't let your nerves get the best of you. You'll do amazing talking about the business and passion!