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W W W. C R A F T BY U M H . C O M Smoked Coho Salmon • $12 Alaska Salmon Sisters “The Stikine River salmon fill- ing these cans were caught by the Lazy J out of Craig, Alaska and were some of the largest and fattiest they’d ever seen.” As a lifelong connoisseur of hot smoked salmon, I am not being hyperbolic when I say that I was absolutely bowled over by the quality of this smoked Coho. No wonder, seeing as how they source the fish from family owned fishing operations. And, the fact that the ladies of Salmon Sisters donate one can of salmon to the Food Bank of Alaska for every item they sell makes this company. Chocolate Bars • $6 Tony’s Chocolonely Okay, I know a lot of food writers pull out the Willy Wonka references when writing about chocolate. But, I have to admit, Tony’s really brings it home with their brightly wrapped chocolate bars and commitment to ending slavery. Seriously dear readers, much of the chocolatey treats on shelves today are brought to you by actual slave labor. Slave. Labor. Many of them kids. Tony’s is committed to making kickass chocolate (like pretzel toffee, hazelnut, and salted caramel) while standing up to the lions of injustice. So, maybe Willy Wonka with a conscience? Tea Towels Alaska Salmon Sisters I can never have enough flour sack towels on hand. They are durable, handy, and look smart on a towel rack. These fun towels from our favorite Salmon Sisters are an homage to the state they come from, with Alaskan birds, mountains, and fish. © Hundred-to-One LLC 2018. All rights reserved.