Category: White Fang (March 2015)

Arctic Trail Bourbon Baked Beans

Posted March 19, 2015 by Alison's Wonderland Recipes in White Fang (March 2015) / 2 Comments


In White Fang, beans are a popular companion to fresh salmon. Although it’s easy enough to buy a can of baked beans and call it a day, I decided to make them from scratch. After all, anyone hiking through the Alaskan wilderness would probably want something heartier than just plain beans. This recipe by The Cozy Apron stood out to me because:

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Simple Seared Salmon

Posted March 12, 2015 by Alison's Wonderland Recipes in White Fang (March 2015) / 2 Comments

Naturally, a book that’s written mostly from a wolf’s point of view isn’t going to have much human-friendly meat in it, but salmon is a notable exception. In White Fang, both wolves and humans regularly feast on fresh Alaskan salmon. And since it’s a dish that can be prepared on the trail, it’s a perfect entree for our menu.

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Coffee Muffins with Maple Butter for the Arctic Trail

Posted March 5, 2015 by Alison's Wonderland Recipes in White Fang (March 2015) / 5 Comments

 I love Jack London books SO much. He writes about gritty arctic survival with all the power and heart of someone who truly loves and understands the wilderness. I was desperate to include either White Fang or Call of the Wild as a Book of the Month this year, and since White Fang is longer, it made the cut!

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