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Posts by Dayneé Rosales

Breakfast Wednesday: Pita French Toast and Smoothie

Today’s recipe is a two-fer! Packed with protein, fruits, and veggies, this one is a real winner for days when you want to reward yourself or celebrate a special brunch with friends. Summer time is an excellent time to drink smoothies. Any we thought, why not celebrate this weekend’s midnight sun solstice early by feasting…

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Summer Cleaning

Daynee and the rest of the current volunteers go through years of cherished “hand-me-downs,” treasures passed down from generation to generation of KNOM volunteers. Well, treasures or trash?

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Like Riding a Bike

“I got off work,” Dayneé says, “and I thought to myself for the millionth time, ‘I should go on a bike ride today.’ And, for a change, I did.”

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Breakfast Wednesday: French Toast and Tundra Berries

I know I use the word “special” for almost every Breakfast Wednesday episode, but this one was a truly special one. Today we celebrated the anniversary of Megan Timm’s womb emancipation (aka birthday) with her favorite breakfast food of all time: French toast. Of course, being a representative of Norton Sound Health Corporation’s CAMP department,…

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Color Me Nome

Spring in Nome is unpredictable, bringing occasional sun or long periods of fog and snow. Daynee battles this year’s drab days by being proactive: attending community events and creating colorful sushi out of marshmallow candy. Oh yes.

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Breakfast Wednesday: Ze Ultimate Casserole

After A break through March race season, Breakfast Wednesday returned to the KNOM Morning Show today with the grandest entrance we could think of: the ultimate breakfast casserole. Think Edmund Dantes reintroducing himself to Parisian society as the Count of Monte Cristo by descending upon them on a hot air balloon with fireworks crackling in…

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Don’t kiss any polar bears

As March cruises past us and April quickly approaches I can no longer pretend this isn’t happening: I have less than five months left at KNOM. It still hasn’t completely sunk in but reality is approaching hard and fast, much like this year’s Iditarod trail, and my successor could very well be hidden in a…

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