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Monday, September 24, 2012

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Aunt Sarah's Alaskan Cookbook by Cheryl Moeller
is my first cookcook, 2008.
My second cookbook is Creative Slow Cooker Meals, 2012.

I hope you can get a free copy of my Alaskan Cookbook.

Here are the sections with some recipe examples from each section.


•Chapter One: Refreshing Cold and Hot Beverages (Polar Bear Guzzler, Pacific Rim Hot Lemonade, Dogsled Caramel Apple Cider, and more!)

•Chapter Two: Berries and Fruit ("After the Sauna" Cold Fruit Soup, Aleutian Grilled Fruit-Kabobs, Klondike River Rhubarb Bars, and more!)

•Chapter Three: Salmon and the Fish of the Sea (Fairbanks Citrus Salmon, Kanai Breakfast Fish Tacos, Water's Edge Crockpot Trout, and more!)

•Chapter Four: Choose Moose, Rabbit, Deer, Elk, Bear and Caribou (Katishna Venison Sausage and Flax Pancakes, Barrow Buttermilk Grilled Rabbit, Wild Buck Beans, and more!)

•Chapter Five: Dog Sled Race Party for Kids (Finger Lake Moose Munch, Rainy Pass Wheat Germ Cookies, White Mountain Ice Cream, and more!)

•Chapter Six: Banquet of the North (Czar Alexander Elk Meatloaf, Easy Baked Alaska, Okmok Volcano, Mashed Potatoes with Gravy, and more!)

Each section begins with a Scripture with some related fun facts about Alaska. You learn about icy waters, Alaska's produce, salmon runs, The Iditarod Trail Dog Sled Race, and President Andrew Johnson's purchase of Alaska from Czar Alexander II of Russia. The Iditarod Trail Dog Sled Race section would make a fun birthday party for younger children. You could watch Disney's Snow Dogs at the end of the party. The Banquet of the North section of recipes would make a great New Year's Eve Party for your family and friends to celebrate.

Discover Alaska's amazing geography, history, land, and people through her tantalizing cuisine. You'll find unique recipes that reflect the colorful story and appeal of this vast national treasure. Breath-taking color photographs of Alaska accompany each chapter along with original artwork to illustrate the variety of delictable foods you'll find in Aunt Sarah's Alaskan Cookbook.

The cookbook is for grown-ups and older children, but there is a Special Bonus Feature: One chapter is a children’s dogsled party complete with menu and recipes. You are sure to keep them warm and please your crowd of kids with recipes that are fun and festive.

What people are saying about Aunt Sarah’s Alaskan Cookbook:

“Stunning. Here is no ordinary cookbook! The people, land, history, and geography of Alaska as seen through her mouth-watering food. I’ve found my one-size-fits-all holiday gift for my family and friends.” - Carolyn Oswald, Mom, Emmaus, Pennsylvania

"On occasion I get an email from Cheryl Moeller with a recipe and party idea; they are a welcome change from most emails I receive. So, it isn’t surprising that she chose to compile a cookbook. In her desire to teach us to be gracious hostesses, appreciate the beauty of God's creation, serve one another, and laugh along the way, Cheryl has put together a collection to inspire and equip us. Bon app├ętit, and enjoy. - Rachel P, Habitual new recipe seeker, Illinois

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