And The WINNER Is…

For those of you who follow us on social media you may have heard about the contest we had at the beginning of February on Facebook. For those who are just now hearing about it; we had a contest that started on February 1st and ended on February 14th. The contest was to send us your favorite salmon recipe and the winner would receive a gift card to use on their next purchase. The catch the recipe had to be your own/ made into your own recipe. We had a lot of great submissions and it was a tough choice to pick a winner. We narrowed it down to two great recipes. The winning recipe belonged to April Williams! April who was raised in the North West grew up eating salmon, so when she found out she won she was more than happy to let us share her recipe. So we hope you will enjoy her recipe as much as we did!


Salmon En Papillote with Lemon Thyme Jam

By: April Williams

Yield: 4 servings



  • 4 Salmon fillets
  • 1/2 lb asparagus
  • ½ cup white wine
  • 1 clove minced garlic
  • Salt and pepper
  • Lemon Thyme Jam (Recipe at the bottom)
  • Olive oil



Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Cut 4 pieces of parchment paper (16 x 12 inches) and fold in half lengthwise. Prepare the asparagus by snapping off the tough bottom ends. Place 4-6 stalks of asparagus inside each parchment. Drizzle with a little bit of olive oil and salt and pepper. Place the cleaned salmon fillet on top of the asparagus. Drizzle with a little more olive oil, salt and pepper, and the minced garlic. Coat each salmon fillet with the lemon thyme jam (recipe below) and drizzle a couple of tablespoons of white wine (1 oz) over each fillet. Fold the top half of the parchment over the salmon, and overlap small folds along the open edge to seal it. Place on a baking sheet and bake for 8-10 minutes. Serve with your favorite potato recipe or for a lighter option, serve with couscous or quinoa.


Lemon Thyme Jam:

  • 2 large lemons
  • 5 sprigs of fresh thyme, leaves removed
  • 3 TBSP olive oil
  • ¼ cup sugar
  • Salt and pepper



Cut the pithy ends off the lemons. Cut each lemon in eighths lengthwise and remove all seeds. Place the lemon pieces in a food processor along with the sugar, salt, pepper and thyme leaves. While blending, pour in the olive oil. Blend until smooth. Let sit for 1-2 hours before using. The jam will thicken as it sits. Any extra jam can be used on scones, steamed vegetables or with roast chicken! Yum!



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I don’t know about you guys but without fail every year on the last week, I recap my year. What I did, what I hope to keep doing and what I hope to do differently or improve on in the upcoming new year. So unlike most who only have one New Years resolution, I tend to have 5-10. I’ll share some of mine, but I’m always looking for ideas to add to my list so I hope you will share yours. First on the list: of course is eating healthy and exercising. Not with the goal of losing weight though, the true purpose with this one is to be healthy. When I eat healthy *ahem-salmon* and exercise I’m like one of those people who are so happy it makes you sick (sorry, not sorry). Second: shave time off my race times. One of my favorite father/daughter activities with my dad are the races we do together. His favorite of course is the Hot Chocolate 5k/15k; because they give you hot chocolate and melted chocolate to dip bananas and pretzels in afterward. Side note- did you know one of the benefits of eating salmon is it helps with joints movement and osteoporosis.  Third: learn something new everyday. You know that whole going to bed smarter than you were when you woke up thing; hopefully it will come in handy sometime. Lately I’ve been learning a lot about how the seafood industry works. Which leads me into number four: Getting more organized. If you ask Heather she would tell you I’m pretty organized; but in my opinion there is always room for  me to improve on that. Especially in Alaska; now that we are about 6 months away from the start of the 2017 fishing season, wheels are starting to turn and we are starting the prep work for the season. Which is kind of hard to wrap my head around, I mean 4 months ago we closed up shop on the 2016 fishing season and we are preparing for the 2017 season already. So while I chug along on the prep work, I want to take this time and wish everyone a Happy New Year! I hope 2017 will be good to you, and I hope to hear some of your resolutions and goals for the year.

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It seems like as soon as Halloween is over, we prepare for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This time of year happens to be one of my favorites, because what other time of the year can you completely gorge yourself on tons of great food and not be judged. What’s not to LOVE about it, you get to eat, nap, decorate and go shopping for some killer holiday deals. For most it is a tradition to have turkey, ham, duck, or the granddaddy of them all, turducken on Thanksgiving and Christmas. However with a lot of people trying to be healthy, maybe it’s time to add something new to the table for the feast. Maybe it’s time to add to the tradition and bring another meat offering. I’m sure you can guess where I am going with this, but let’s be honest. I may be new to the Wild Alaska Salmon and Seafood family; but I know what I like, and what better time to share what I like with others. So this year my family will have some amazing salmon on the table alongside our turkey, bringing a whole new prospective to the words surf and turf. But let me put my excitement for the meals aside for now. However excited we are to eat and see our loved ones let’s not forget what the holidays are really about: sharing, being thankful,  and being around those you love. For me Christmas my favorite time of year not because of all the presents, but it is the one time of year my entire family has a chance to be together. So for the holidays I hope you surround yourself in the things you enjoy the most and the people you love the most. I know I will!



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