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!
Without the relationships we have with our fisherman, Wildfish Cannery is nothing but an idea. These relationships, some old and some newer, are based on trust and mutual respect for the bounty of the deep, cold Alaskan waters that provide us with our livelihoods.
In this post, we're shining a little light on one of these fisherman—our friend and cephalopod cognoscenti Dustan Dickerson, captain of the F/V Raven Bay out of Dutch Harbor, Alaska.
Octopus salad is a Mediterranean classic with many variations, but most of them include some variation of the basic ingredients we’ve included. Nothing makes us think of the Adriatic Sea like a good octopus salad, with plenty of lemon juice to stimulate the appetite for further eating. Good olive oil insulates against the effects of wine.
Sometimes the greatest tastes come from pairing the extraordinary with ordinary. This recipe pairs one of our most technical culinary creations with one of America’s most unassuming condiments. Ingenuity and irony intersect and lead us on a one-way journey to a very basic yet delicious destination.