You'd think that someone with a cooking column would love to cook, right?
Make your own sourdough starter to create sourdough bread and pancakes.
Enjoy a plentiful rhubarb harvest with this refreshing summer cocktail.
The holidays don't have to put a dent in your wallet. Try these easy and inexpensive gifts that will wow and impress any gift...
Try your hand at brewing with this simple and easy recipe for mead.
Dip these pretzels in some cheese and enjoy with a cold beer.
Customize your own hot sauce for your particular palate.
An elegant and rich dessert that's easy to make.
Use this recipe to make the pizza pie of your dreams.
Bring instant noodles to a whole new level with these four ramen recipes.
You can order their beignet mix online, or you can follow this copy-cat recipe I found through The Food Hacker.
Treat your furry friend to a special, homemade birthday cake that only your four-legged companion will enjoy.
Use homemade jam in a more creative way with this Alaskan Pop-Tart recipe.
The perfect winter breakfast to enjoy while watching the first snowfall.
Traditionally a part of Jewish holidays and the Sabbath, challah bread will make a beautiful and festive addition to any holiday meal.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day this year with this traditional dish.
Take advantage of the wild roses in abundance around Anchorage
Wait...you don't know how to make pancakes?!
It's starting to feel like summer, but it's still a little chilly outside. Warm yourself up with this quick and easy-to-make soup. It's the...
If 'leftover beer' exists, this is what you should do with it.
Grandma Sylvia's family favorite blueberry crumble
Over the course of the month, I have graduated from cooking meals that consist of ramen, eggs and hot pockets to an adult meal...
Make use of your summer's blueberry bounty with these delicious, chewy cookies inspired by the Dixon family at Tutka Bay Lodge.
This is my final College Cookbook. I'll be moving to the Peninsula and am leaving The Northern Light behind. My three-plus years here have...
Craving a doughnut in light of a delayed shop opening, Victoria Petersen offers a family recipe for the mini version.