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Fall Comfort Foods

MelissaNorris

Total Posts: 8
Joined: September 23, 2013

In Alaska the cooler October weather has my foodie mind thinking soups and stews, roasted root vegetables and baked pastas. Marcus just hooked me up with four pumpkins he harvested from his garden. I am working on perfecting a Thai Shrimp Pumpkin soup I will post in a blog in a couple weeks. You get a punch of nutritional value from the pumpkin in the form of vitamin A, antioxidants like alpha and beta-carotenes, and vitamins C, K, and E. You also get magnesium, potassium, and iron. This soup is spicy and delicious.

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Posted on October 12, 2013 at 4:39 PM
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CBishop

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Joined: October 4, 2013

Re: Fall Comfort Foods

Hi Melissa!
I just read a few words that make my mouth water: Thai - Shrimp - Pumpkin...eagerly awaiting this recipe on your blog my friend. Oh, and if you're looking for taste testers...you've got my phone number wink always happy to help. You inspire me to sharpen my knives, go buy some fall delicacies, pull a stool up to the kitchen counter for my 4.5 year old daughter and get to creating and cooking.
~ Cristy, Friend and Subscriber from the Beginning to the End

PS - LOVE the New Website, especially the Forums and Blog! Keep the innovations coming Fish & Hunt Alaska. You guys ROCK!

Posted on October 17, 2013 at 2:13 PM

MarcusWeiner

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Joined: September 23, 2013

Re: Fall Comfort Foods

And I can tell you first hand after eating the soup - YUM!!!

Posted on November 5, 2013 at 12:03 PM

MelissaNorris

Total Posts: 8
Joined: September 23, 2013

Re: Fall Comfort Foods

I have a new blog idea I cooked up this last weekend when a friend came out to visit. It is a melty jalapeno halibut dip. The amazing quality of my halibut fillets made all the difference. Look for it under blogs coming soon.

Posted on November 7, 2013 at 12:41 AM