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Remote Chefs

The New York Times has an interesting piece this week about cooking in McCarthy, Alaska, three hundred miles from the nearest grocery store, with bears and wolverines desperate to raid the larder.

Don't miss the "audio slide show" which accompanies the article. Although the narration is largely a retread of the article the larger photos are well worth a peek. What a stunning place!


A fascinating piece, but it reinforced my gratitude that I don't live in a remote area of Alaska.

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