Ann Chandonnet is the author of the prize-winning Alaska Heritage Seafood Cookbook. She has discussed Northern ingredients and dishes on Good Morning America and in her Frontier Fare column for Alaska magazine. She is the author of the Alaska Food article in the Encyclopedia of American Food and Drink (Oxford University Press), and her food history articles have also appeared in Food History News and Early American Life magazine.
Table of Contents
1 Gold in California 2 Gold in the Klondike 3 Gold in Alaska 4 Muskrat Mulligan - Roadhouses, Hotels, and Restaurants 5 Grubstake and Outfit 6 All Spit and Scant Polish - Gold Rush Housekeeping 7 "Condemned Milk" and "Putrid Pullets" - Gold Rush Storage 8 The Sourdough Pot 9 "Sinkers" and "Strawberries" 10 Country Mouse, City Mouse Fannie and the Judge 11 Frontier Food Fraud 12 Tame Vegetables - Gold Rush Agriculture 13 Holidays, Entertainments, and Merrymaking 14 "The Juice of the Snake" - Gold Rush Beverages
Time Line - Events and Culinary Inventions Selected Bibliography Index Recipe Index