One thing’s for sure, Alaska: It’s not 90 degrees outside anymore. As the wildfire smoke persists, the days get shorter, and root crops come fully into season, we’re sure we’re not the only ones who find ourselves wanting to spend more time indoors. And what better way to be indoors in autumn in Alaska than snuggled up with a mug of hearty salmon chowder?
This recipe calls for frozen corn, but subbing fresh Alaska grown corn gives it a decided boost. Of course, that’s only if you can keep yourself from grilling your CSA’s portion of fresh and local corn on the spot when you get home on pick up day!