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Old 26-06-2012, 08:11   #106
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Re: Comfort foods

Originally Posted by captain58sailin View Post
Homemade clam chowder using fresh dug razor clams, half & half, onions, bacon, potato chunks, some corn. Mix in just enough cayenne pepper to raise a sweat by the end of the bowl. Nothing like a fresh batch of clams, from the first big tides in the spring.
Oh, be still my heart.. I have some serious love for clam chowder, especially that made at the Peggy's Cove Lighthouse Restaurant in Nova Scotia. I may have gotten the waitress to get the recipe from the chef after pleading my case as a Bluenoser who was stuck living amongst the flatlanders, where no decent chowder could be found.

Seriously, you guys are killing is one of the bigtime loves of my life (it's a wonder I'm not 500lbs) and haven't yet provisioned for the week! I'm starving here just reading the descriptions!


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