Seviche and Fish Eye Pudding
Seviche (also spelled ceviche, or cebiche) contains seafood and "fish eye" pudding does not. They are both delicious, have interesting visual appeal and are extraordinarily fun to eat. Popular in Latin and South American cuisines, trendy seviche has also become a favorite in our country, and is appearing as an appetizer option on more and more restaurant menus. Because seviche is comprised of raw seafood that is "cooked" only by means of a soaking in a citrus juice marinade, it is vital that the seafood for this dish be of the best quality. If you plan to prepare seviche at home, keep in mind that seviche will take several hours of marinating before it is ready to eat.
Mayor vs. manager debate needs to be honest
Charlie Pierce and Mayor Carey have the right idea. It is time for the debate to begin on a borough manager form of government. Following a good and honest debate it will be up to the voters.
King salmon need more prudent management
Most locals are aware that our first run of Kenai kings (commonly called the early run) has been less than stellar this year as well as the past few yeas. I've only lived here about 20 years, but even I remember when we had healthy ER king numbers and good fishing in May and June. In addition to the poor returns lately, many would agree that some of our ADF&G's recent decisions have been "questionable" for lack of a better term!
Volunteers boost Ninilchik Senior Center
Some very energetic and dedicated seniors held this benefit fundraiser barbecue and Biggest Clam Contest for the Ninichik Senior Center. A huge gazebo style greenhouse was made available by Alaska Greenhouse for the event at the corner of Kingsley Road and the Sterling Highway. For two full days June 12 and 13, Texas style brisket, Kentucky style pulled-pork, and Alaskan deep fried Halibut were served with enthusiasm. Home baked deserts were donated and vendors sold their wares. A 6 and 5/8ths inch clam took the $50 dollar prize which was kindly donated back. Over $7,500 was generated and donated to the Senior Center!
KCHS Class of 1980 celebrates
The Kenai Central High School Class of 1980 recently celebrated their 30 year reunion.
Public comment sought for dunes fence project
The public comment period for the Kasilof Dunes project will end in six days with various interest groups still uncertain about whether a protective fence will materialize before the dipnetting season hits high gear.
Cigarette, potting soil don't mix
They thought they were disposing of their cigarettes correctly. But fire officials say they were about five minutes away from learning their lesson in an even crueler manner.
Wilcox 'ready' for top aide job
Susan Wilcox said she was "surprised" when Mayor Dave Carey told her he wanted her to be his new chief of staff.
CPH consultant could earn $1.75M for successful deal
The consulting firm that is assisting Central Peninsula Hospital as it mulls possible governance structure changes will earn $1.75 million for any deal that the firm brings to fruition.
Hoka Hey rider recovering after crash
Jerry James's trip of a lifetime came to a crashing halt 6,760 miles too soon.
Options remain limited for drift boat haulout
There is no public boat ramp to take out on the Kasilof River. And this is not news to anglers or guides who regularly fish in the Kenai River's sister to the south.
Duane A. Braun
Former Soldotna resident Duane A. Braun died Thursday, June 3, 2010, near Seattle. He was 27.
Kelly Wayne Perkins
Soldotna resident Mr. Kelly Wayne Perkins, 55, died Sunday, June 20, 2010.
Kelly Wayne Perkins
Soldotna resident, Mr. Kelly Wayne Perkins, 55, died, Sunday, June 20, 2010, of leukemia.
Photo Feature: Best friend
Norm Olson of Nikiski said, "This cat is named Domino. It belongs to my grandchildren: Garratt, Shaeanne, Linnaea and Weston Dohse."
Kenai Golf Report: Recent rainy weather is paying dividends at Kenai Golf Course
It appears that the rain dances worked.
Cowchip Triathlon winners announced
Matti's Cowchip Triathlon was held Saturday at the Diamond M Ranch. The event is named for Matti Martin, who died in a livestock accident at the Kenai Peninsula State Fair in Ninilchik in August 2009. Martin won the first Cowchip Triathlon last year.
Results posted for state motocross
The Alaska State Champion Motocross Series was held Saturday and Sunday at Twin Cities Raceway. The event was put on by the Kenai Peninsula Racing Lions - Motocross Division. The results follow:
Area runners compete in Anchorage
Seward's Erik Johnson led the peninsula contingent by winning the Mayor's Marathon on Saturday in Anchorage.
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