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September 23, 2008

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Victoria

This looks delicious. My question is.......did you have to sneak the bacon in?

Everything is better with bacon or cream; bacon AND cream is heaven. But I do get your point about the bacon being soggy so ham definitely sounds like the way to go

EB

Vic-
Sneak bacon in on a vegetarian Jew? Um no. I asked permission first. :) You should make this with your homemade stock!!!

Sarah

I have been contemplating buying this (do i really need another cookbook), but this might have just sealed the deal. Thanks EB.

Victoria

I guess that would be almost as bad as sending a picture of a pig foot to a Hasidim.

Yes, I will try it with my stock. That's what I was thinking.

Have you seen Ruhlman's clarified stock = consomme? Looks beautiful

EB

Sarah-
Oh it's really a great book. It's still on my coffee table because it's a good one to read you know?

Vic-
I've seen it but I haven't attempted it. Although my 'stock bag' in my freezer is overflowing so I'll be making something with it soon!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Chowder without bacon is tough, and I'm a no-bacon person, too. Turkey bacon is, if you'll pardon my saying so, absolutely vile. A tiny bit of smoked paprika or barbecue sauce will do the trick.

EB

Turkey bacon is not bacon.... period.

Caroline

Love corn chowder... it is that time of year again, isn't it! mmmm

Caroline

Love corn chowder... it is that time of year again, isn't it! mmmm

EB

I thought it was time for it... even though it's still 80+ here! I guess I just can't wait for corn and pumpkin and such.

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