Postcard Pantry Custom Engraved Alaska Sea Creatures Gifting Box
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“Alaska Sea Creatures” Themed Gift Box

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Living in the coastal city of Anchorage surrounded by the cool waters of Cook Inlet, it only makes sense to create a box that best represents our close knit community. From salmon runs to die for, oysters and King crab from the pristine coast, deep forests for foraging mushrooms to wild blueberries, this place is irresistible in all her glory. With great pride in our local culture we introduce Sea Creatures, our first edition of city boxes. We wanted to capture the state’s seafood heart by offering a taste of Alaska from the delicious wonders of the deep. Designed in collaboration with some of the most talented local artisans, makers, and friends, every product has been fastidiously considered. Crafting only a handful of these customized boxes to be released once per quarter, reserve yours before this limited-run of highly covetable good are sold out.

Contents Include:
~Signature Postcard Pantry Heirloom Wooden Box.
Hand made in Anchorage, Alaska. Re-usable and just right for storing beloved heirlooms or personal mementos. Box lid is designed by a local artist that reflects a historical thread of Alaska’s rich marine life in a fun and creative way.


~Alaska Wild Kenai Salmon – 3.25oz jar + 1.25 oz strip
Once you pass through the thick forests of spruce and fir along the Kenai Peninsula, on a rugged bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean that is deep, cold, vibrant blue, as far as the eye can see. The spectacular natural pantry of Alaska is a wealth of fresh local ingredients from the pristine coast to the deep wilderness, that define the regions cuisine. Smoke and salmon are a part of the fabric of this bountiful state with wild Kings being prized in most kitchens and restaurants. Of taste there is no dispute, an alchemy of smoke and fat with each bite. This smoked salmon is a premium 
delicacy that was handled with extraordinary care starting at the very moment the salmon was harvested from the water.


~Alaska Pure Sea Salt
A not so faint heartbeat off the pristine waters of Southeast Alaska is a salty cure for your plated needs. Jim and Darcy’s enterprise—hauling the Pacific home by the gallon to reduce down into perfect snowy, white, crystals of sea salt. As North America’s first producer of flake sea salt, Alaska Pure Sea Salt is quickly becoming the preferred finishing salt for a number of top northwestern chefs.


~Copy of Edible Alaska
A premier publication dedicated to elevating food conversations from ideas to voices in Alaska’s local foodshed.


~Wild Alaska Smoked Herring 6 oz
A lesser know indigenous seafood delicacy, smoked herring – silvery little fishes that sparkle with the purity of their briny home that migrate off the coastal waters of Alaska throughout the Pacific. Hand-packed and eaten with gusto, we are again reminded that these may be the most under-sung taste experience in America. Yes, they
 really taste like the finest sushi you’ve ever had: They’re the essence of fatty fish. Buttery, almost. And packed with omega-3 fatty acids, which means you’ll be even smarter after you’ve eaten them. A win-win!


~Salmon Sisters Wild & Free Enamel Mugs x 2                                                                  
These Wild & Free Mugs are the perfect oversized adventure mug! Great for hot and cold beverages alike, these enamel mugs don’t scratch and have a wide base to prevent them from rolling off the galley table in a storm! They’re actually big enough to take camping and eat dinner out of. Or to use as a berry bucket. Or to bail out your skiff! The possibilities? Endless.

The mug’s ever popular Wild & Free design celebrates Alaska’s natural abundance. This practical, good looking and unique piece of quality enamelware has been designed by local talented artists and hand crafted by skilled professionals. The Double dipped enamel layer is on both rim and handle to ensure its strength and durability. Please note that every mug is unique because they are made my hand. There may be small imperfections that give it some extra character!

For every sale we make, Salmon Sisters donates a can of wild Alaska salmon to the Alaska Food Bank. 


~Salmon Sisters Original Apron
These aprons offer stylish protection while you work. Great in the kitchen, shop, or studio, this royal blue Wild & Free Apron is full length with a front pocket for easy access. You can feel good about supporting the Salmon Sisters, when they’re not elbow-deep in fins, scales, and gills of daily catch, these sisters are hard at work protecting sustainable wild fisheries by advocating for healthy policy and clean waterways.

For every sale we make, Salmon Sisters donates a can of wild Alaska salmon to the Alaska Food Bank.


~Fillet a Wild Salmon Print  Tea Towel                                                                                
Brighten up your home or kitchen with one of their exclusive prints! This “Fillet a Wild Salmon” design is a sweet and helpful reminder of the steps for filleting a Wild Alaska Salmon and makes the best gift for friends and relatives who want to be skilled with seafood like local Alaskans.

Towel dimensions: 20″ x 28.”

For every sale we make, Salmon Sisters donates a can of wild Alaska salmon to the Alaska Food Bank.

 

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