wilderness recipe

Iditarod checkpoints are famous for dedicated volunteers from vets checking on the health of dogs to the folks who come from far away to help heave straw, wrangle teams, to the locals who cook…

By this time tomorrow the Tanana checkpoint will be closed. Many thanks go out to the people who have worked tirelessly at the checkpoint. The community has brought in food for the mushers and the volunteers. The hot dishes and soups, baked Beans and sandwiches, pancakes and bacon along with the mountains of home baked cookies were delicious and much appreciated.   The smoked salmon spread sandwiches were the most sought after item. Here’s the recipe. Use a good quality wild smoked salmon. Add mayo and pickle relish until it looks just right. Serve the spread on whole wheat bread or on Pilot Bread.

http://iditarod.com/eye-on-the-trail-back-of-the-pack-in-tanana/

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