Hello from Stonington!!

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Chowda Head
Junior Burger
2010/09/14 21:49:23
Lo all! Just thought I would introduce myself to the forum. Names Mark... I posted here just for the fact that soups and chowders are one of my strong suits! I own a landscaping biz and looking to do a cart or or concession trailer in the winter months. Have cooked for 36 years, since I was 14, for anyone and everyone bold enough to pull up a chair at my table an try it out. 
 
Wish I could put a resume together for cookin but unfortunately The only references are family an friends. Anyways I will be around awhile and look forward to swappin recipes with you guys an gals!
 
tc
Mark
 
 
Michael Hoffman
Double-chop Porterhouse
Re:Hello from Stonington!! 2010/09/14 21:51:34
Welcome Mark.
the ancient mariner
Filet Mignon
Re:Hello from Stonington!! 2010/09/15 08:55:53
A soup cart would be different.
Really good soup with not one Campbell can in sight.
I have gone out of my way for the fish chowder at Barnicle Bill's in Amityville, LI and for the Lobster Bisque at Linck's in Centerport.
 
A great Chowder Cart right off I-95 during a cold winter ---yeah I can dig it.  Lots of shells in the parking lot.  And Oysterettes----gotta have Oysterettes.
agnesrob
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Hello from Stonington!! 2010/09/15 11:29:33
I would definately frequent a soup cart!
the ancient mariner
Filet Mignon
Re:Hello from Stonington!! 2010/09/15 11:51:48
You get cartons with lids ---- and fill them up with chowder and the soup of the day (soup de jour for you Connecticut snobs) ----yep---
Build it and they will come !!!!!!
You may have to quit your summer business. 
Soups On-----Lordy, Lordy !!!!  The aroma (get a fan to blow it over the highway) will cause traffic jams----advertise in the Truck Driver's Gazette.