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Whether prepared in ... Summer, this Fish Chowder is always good. ... tsp. marjoram and thyme rather than the amount called for in the original recipe.

Have fish cut ... an extra creamy chowder. If corn ... This chowder is even better the next day, so it can be made a day ahead and refrigerated overnight.

Cut fillets into 1 inch pieces. Fry bacon until lightly browned. Add onion and cook until tender. Add water, potatoes, seasonings, and fish. Cook for ...

Cut pork in small pieces and fry out. Cut onions, add to fat and let simmer until tender. (Do not brown.) Add sliced potato and cook until nearly ...

Fry salt pork or bacon slowly in heavy kettle until golden. Remove salt pork or bacon leaving enough fat to brown onions. Cook onions until yellowed. ...

Remove stomachs, they will darken the chowder too much. Dice ... of light cream, add cream to chowder and bring to a scald. Do not boil. Do not thicken.

Chop up scallops and break up haddock. Saute in ... and Snow's clam chowder in large pan. ... parsley. Add milk until it gets to the consistency you like.

Combine all ingredients but fish and shrimp and let simmer for a while. Add cooked sauteed haddock or other fish and shrimp to chowder.

Saute onions and carrots in butter. In same pot add water, fish, salt, pepper and cook 15 minutes. Add potatoes. When potatoes are done, add milk and ...

Place fish, salt and water in large saucepan. Bring to boil then reduce heat to low and simmer fish for 7 minutes. Remove fish from pan to plate to ...

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