Edible Alaska is a culinary magazine focused on Alaska’s local food movement. The new summer edition is out, with the main feature focused on harvesting Alaska’s fragrant wild roses.

"We did a story on producing honey in the state of Alaska," said Mary Smith, editor of the magazine. "We have an awesome fold out that shows you where to find farmers markets around the state and some other great recipes and stories."

This is the ninth printed edition of 'Edible Alaska' but the magazine has an online presence too. The magazine covers food stories from around the state and has a feature from Midgi Moore, the founder of Juneau Food Tours.

"What stands out to me is the diversity and wealth of local food that we have to work with all around the state," Smith said. "Whether it's seafood, produce, people producing different items, you know, we have all these amazing local breweries and distilleries, people making soda and kimchi, Alaska has it."

KTVA partners with Edible Alaska and features a new recipe every Monday on Daybreak at 9 a.m. 

If you'd like to pick up a copy of Edible Alaska, they're distributed at La Bodega, Bear Tooth, Alaska Mill and Feed, Title Wave Books and the New Writer's Block in Spenard.

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