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What happens when a craft canner, a sea forager, and a storyteller all fall in love with the same curious Alaskan sea creature, the Gooseneck Barnacle? You get a collective idea that other people might love it, too. In the summer of ‘22, the Alaska Gooseneck Barnacle made it into the first Alaska tins. If you love a good tinned origin story, then this one's for you.
This New England chowder with our smoked geoduck will fast become a favorite in your recipe rotation. Geoduck chowder isn’t unheard of in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, but it’s definitely a rarity. Thanks to local clam diver Curtis Brown and the smokehouse team here at Wildfish (the only producer of smoked geoduck in the world!) you no longer have to settle for basic New England chowder at home. The crisp, clean woodsmoke of the geoduck and can broth will transport you to a misty, Northwestern mental safespace.
As you’ve probably guessed, we loved charcuterie boards before they were cool. We've been onboard the board train since they were called ‘ploughman's lunch’. But, even when there’s no board involved, nibbling as a prolonged meal is a very Alaskan way to eat. Because charcuterie boards have again opened the world’s eyes to the art of nibbling, we feel like we have to get our $0.02 in on the subject. We want in on this board game.