Kenai chef uses local fare in creating gourmet eats on the run
It all started when Ony Pool was a young girl growing up in Skamokowa, Wash. She was the only female in her family, with five brothers and her father. They played pirates on the beach and used her oldest brother's sailboat as their pirate ship. To be included, she was charged with the task of fetching her brothers drinks from the galley.
"I was the galley wench," Pool said. "You know, it was really fun -- not many little girls get to play pirates on the beach."
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