Food

Chef Erik Slater Named To Best Chefs America

Executive Chef Erik Slater, of Resurrection Roadhouse Restaurant, Seward Windsong Lodge and Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge, has been honored as one of the country’s top culinary talents in the inaugural edition of Best Chefs America. This is the first-ever peer review guide of U.S. chefs, who were chosen after extensive interviews […]

Argentina Inspiration …

Argentina Inspiration …

On Friday, November 30, Chinooks had a special dinner menu called Argentina Inspiration. Thought I would share some pictures of the five courses served and just say thank you to the folks and chef at Chinooks for doing this event dinner. The menu was very different, presented well and tasted […]

Trusty Tusty Fills Food Pantry

Trusty Tusty Fills Food Pantry

By Heidi Zemach for SCN He Will Provide Food Pantry volunteers were amazed and delighted this week when someone with the Alaska Marine Ferry Tustumena, in town this winter for service at Seward Ships boatyard at Seward Municipal Industrial Center, phoned to ask whether they could use any food donations. Could they […]

The Academy Café

The Academy Café will open on Thursday, Oct. 25 and be open till Thursday, Dec. 13.  Reservations need to be made online and link will be open for reservations starting on Monday, Oct. 8.   The theme of the café this fall is Tour of Latin America.  To make reservations visit […]

Music and Arts Fest starts tonight Friday 4pm to 1am

4pm-1am Friday September 28th 12noon-1am Saturday September 29th 12noon-6pm Sunday September 30th The Schedule of events: FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28: 5-5:45: Superfrequency 6-6:45: Rick Brooks 7-7:45:  the Barroom Roses 8-8:45:  Art in Motion 9-10:  Orion Donicht 10:15-11:15: Woodrow 11:30-12:30:  Ghost Hands 12:45-1:45:  Historian SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29: 11:30-Noon:  Seward Kids Dancers 12:15-1:  […]

August 25 dinner cruise tickets still available!

Only one week left to get your tickets to the ASFA Phoenix Chapter fundraiser dinner cruise taking place on Fox Island! Set sail with us on Saturday, August 25, 2012!  All proceeds directly support firefighter and EMT training in the Seward/Moose Pass area. For more information about the Phoenix Chapter and […]

Dessert Night

Dessert Night and Silent Auction June 9, 2012  7pm to 9pm Hotel Seward Banquet Room Price: $10.00 per person purchased in advance $15.00 per person at the door Desserts by Amy Mow and Judy Odhner The price of your ticket includes a trip through the all you can eat Dessert […]

The Green Beet: Late Harvest

The Green Beet: Late Harvest

Unavoidable circumstances led a late-season neglect of most of my garden. Imagine my surprise that, upon my return home in the fall, many vegetables which should have been long past their harvest date where actually primed and ready to pick. While the kohlrabi was lost to slugs and the second […]

AVTEC's New Training Kitchens

AVTEC's New Training Kitchens

            AVTEC Culinary Arts students have begun learning knife skills, and cooking in the new building’s two sparkling training kitchens. They now have all new, state-of-the-art equipment to use, under the firm direction of instructor Cheryl Lewis. Only those who saw what they used to have […]

Weekend Sale & Fun in Seward!!

Forget the fair – we’ve got two events this weekend and next you don’t want to miss! Due to popular demand, the ASFA Phoenix Chapter Rummage / Quilt / Bake Sale is being held over to this Saturday!  Location:      Seward Elk’s Lodge                     419 Fifth Avenue Date:            Saturday, August 28 Time:            […]

School Lunches

Statistics show that one out of every three children is overweight or obese in this country.  The Kenai Peninsula Borough is not exempt from this trend, and we, as a family, community, district, state, and nation need to do all we can to halt this trend and raise our children […]

The Green Beet: Dip Netting Frenzy

The Green Beet: Dip Netting Frenzy

The red runs on the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers are in full swing, and the Soldotna/Kenai area is flooded with Alaska visitors ready to net their share of fish for the 2010 season. I’ve dip netted for years, sometimes coming home with my limit, other times with only a fraction […]

The Green Beet: Chickweed Spring Rolls

The Green Beet: Chickweed Spring Rolls

I’ve been enjoying some of my first harvest this week – radishes straight out of the ground, cucumbers out of a friend’s much-coveted greenhouse. This is also a great time to enjoy the wild plants popping up in your yards and along trails. This week my family feasted several times on […]

The Green Beet: Broccoli

The Green Beet: Broccoli

This is the perfect week for starting broccoli indoors to have the yummy crucifer ready by mid-summer. Four weeks before planting is a great time table to have the starts hardened and ready to plant by June 1st – possibly a week earlier if the evening temperatures cooperate. This plant […]