According Alaska Backyard Chickens, which is associated with the Cooperative Extension Service at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, some of the most popular chicken breeds, such as Barred Rock, Rhode Island Red and Ameraucana, do well in Alaska and northern climates.
A webinar exploring cottage food production sponsored by the Alaska Food Policy Council, Alaska Farm Bureau and Alaska Farmers Market Association is available for people interested in selling homemade goods.
For local food providers, answers to the question of how to help students in need this school year remain up in the air, as groups await a decision by Congress on whether or not to extend the pandemic electronic benefits transfer program.
Along with telling us about the new cookie flavor, polling our Facebook viewers to find the best cookie and telling you about upcoming Girl Scout events, Channel 2's Rebecca Palsha spoke with The Girls Scouts of Alaska CEO, Leslie Ridle about what to expect this season
If you're looking for a way to give your box stuffing a little extra kick, try adding sauteed apples, pancetta, or low sodium chicken broth. Or do all three like Tracy Sinclare did! The modifications got rave reviews around the office!
Sunday was a big day for some young Alaskan chefs, who competed in a state culinary and kitchen management kitchen that served as the qualifying round for the national ProStart Invitational in Washington, D.C.
February SNAP benefits will arrive Jan. 20th due to USDA efforts to continue payouts during the government shutdown. SNAP recipients are urged to budget accordingly as no additional funds will be provided in February.
Yeti Dogs, a local hot dog truck that parks at Kincaid Park for much of the summer, was just voted the top hot dog truck in mobile-cuisine.com's 2018 contest. Channel 2 photojournalist Mike Nederbrock visited the truck Thursday.