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Recipe File: Clam Chowder, New England Style
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 21, 2016 6:02 pm    Post subject: a few New England clam chowder things I DO Reply with quote Delete this post

try adding a few tins of smoked oysters at the end. I usually finish with some fresh lime-juice and finely chopped Cilantro. I've been known to hide JUST a hint of Jamaican curry in there, not enough anyone figures it out. For bacon I try to use bacon ends and pieces since I can have meaty chunks of bacon then, I trim the fat off to a sane level first. Walmart has the bacon ends and pieces where I live in Madison, Wisconsin. Serve with warmed real sourdough bread, no yeast added. Locally the best sourdough comes from outfits that have fancy steam-injection ovens to make that leathery crust.
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