No gooey cheese or fatty meats here—these aren't your ordinary nachos! Instead, dive into a nacho-inspired creation that follows the assembly rules but cranks up the flavor. Ideal for the "empty fridge, can't be bothered to grocery shop" moments—because it's basically just your favorite fridge condiments.
Recently, we partnered with our friends at Delaware Supply in Albany, New York and 3 Fonteinen to bring a beer and tinned pairing to a lucky few. We've received a lot of inquiries about the menu. Turns out many of you would like to create this menu at home. So here's a menu and inspiration for an at-home tasting of some of the finest tins and some of our favorite brews. As always, feel free to customize or experiment with other beverages! We're here to provide the inspiration, but hey you do you!
We’re on a mission here at Wildfish Cannery to help you create the perfect bite. And not just make it, but truly understand what goes into composing that perfect morsel. Of course, this is a Sisyphean task, but we feel we’ve got a pretty solid hold on the secret (hint: it’s not what you think). So while these lessons are crucial to everything you eat, we’ll be discussing these topics in relation to how you use our cans to compose a charcuterie spread or a dish.
If you’re bored with bottled caesar dressing that’s barely a step above mayonnaise, try out our Smoked Herring Caesar Salad recipe! This dressing is absolutely loaded with umami, acidity, richness, and salt, thanks to our Smoked Herring, lemon juice, raw egg yolk, and parmesan cheese.
Dirty rice recipes are as numerous as the cooks who prepare them. We say that about a lot of classic dishes, and it’s true. Ingredients and methods are always up to the cook to adapt as needed or desired. Cook wildly and passionately! Make substitutions, and create new worlds of flavor! Go ahead and do it!
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.
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