Monday, September 27, 2010

New Day Northwest taping!

Kiyo & Laura will be cooking on King5's New Day Northwest this Tuesday am, Sept. 28th! Come be in the audience as they show us how to make Jade Dumplings. Seats are free. Audience comes in at 9:30am, done by 11:30. Email newdaytickets@king5.com


Friday, September 24, 2010

Saturday events

This Saturday, September 25th, please join Kiyo and Laura at the Ballard branch of the Seattle Public library for a reading/slideshow from 2-3 pm.

They will also be signing books in front of Wild Salmon Seafood Market at Fishermen's Terminal from 11-1 as part of the Fall Fishermen's Festival. All proceeds go to the Seattle Fishermen's Memorial Fund.

Hope to see you at one or both events!

Friday, September 17, 2010

Fishermen's Fall Festival


Kiyo & Laura will be signing books from 11-1 in front of Wild Salmon Seafood Market at Fishermen's Terminal as part of the Fall Fishermen's Festival there on September 25th. All proceeds from the book go to supporting the Seattle Fishermen's Memorial, as do proceeds from the festival. Fun events will include a salmon bbq, cocktails served up by members of the Deadliest Catch, a lutefisk eating contest and oyster slurp!

September 25th
book signing 11 am to 1 pm
Wild Salmon Seafood Market
Fishermen's Terminal

Monday, September 13, 2010

f/v gallant maid

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originally uploaded by fishes & dishes.
pics courtesy of John Gute

Summer Pics from SE Alaska















Check out some pictures from this summer in SE Alaska on our Flickr page. We were tendering troll and gillnet fish.

Seattle Public Library-Ballard Branch

Kiyo & Laura will be reading/speaking at the Ballard branch of the Seattle Public Library on September 25th from 2-3 pm.
614 22nd Ave NW
Seattle

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Summer Fishing Pics

Check out pics from this summer's tendering gig on our Facebook page (you don't need to be a member or have to sign in, just click on the icon to the right of this page, and it will take you to the page). We started off buying troll chums in Neets Bay, and then gillnet fish around Annette Island.