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2010/11/17 13:02:23 (permalink)

Pics of My Clam Chowder

Serious amount of clams, lots of great stuff!

Spoon courtesy of Harry Winston
 



post edited by chewingthefat - 2010/11/17 13:05:37
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 13:12:52 (permalink)
    looks good CTF, thats more clams than I put in my whole batch.......
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 13:18:57 (permalink)
    BillyB

    looks good CTF, thats more clams than I put in my whole batch.......

    Some of what you see there Billy is bacon.

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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 13:24:41 (permalink)
    Whole baby clams!
    That looks exceptional.
    Please don't be insulted when I return the bowl back with all of the celery lining the bottom of the bowl.  Everything else will be gone!
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 13:33:17 (permalink)
    Looks great!  (Wonder if PapaJoe8 spotted the celery.)
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 13:33:17 (permalink)
    Looks great!  (Wonder if PapaJoe8 spotted the celery.)
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 13:46:56 (permalink)
    Yeah..minus the celery and maybe an addirtion of some smoked bacon or Linguica and that would make me swoon.  Thank gawd You know how to make "proppa Chowdah" and not tomato soup with clams added!
     
    Very nice CTF!
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 14:01:36 (permalink)
    I am smackn my lips!!!!!!!!!
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 14:57:25 (permalink)
    AM SURE IT IS PROB  DELISH ,BUT LOOKS A LITTLE THICK  TO ME- WONDER WHERE THE LINE IS BTW STEW AND CHOWDER? .. BEST CHOWDER I EVER HAD WAS AT dURGIN pARK WHEN I LIVED IN BOSTON FOR A FEW YEARS...
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 16:36:38 (permalink)
    what happened to the tomatoes?
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 16:39:44 (permalink)
    Chewy
     
    I spent the day outside in breeze and cold putting up the lights on our town tree.
     
    I will take a gallon right now to get warm.
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 16:52:15 (permalink)
    Great chowder and great photographer!!
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 16:57:41 (permalink)
    californyguy

    AM SURE IT IS PROB  DELISH ,BUT LOOKS A LITTLE THICK  TO ME- WONDER WHERE THE LINE IS BTW STEW AND CHOWDER? .. BEST CHOWDER I EVER HAD WAS AT dURGIN pARK WHEN I LIVED IN BOSTON FOR A FEW YEARS...

    From the pics it does appear that way, but it's not as thick as it appears, it definitely got body though! 

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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 17:01:09 (permalink)
    bill voss

    what happened to the tomatoes?

    What are you talking about? Tomatoes? New England Clam Chowder is Cream, Long Island Clam Chowder, tomatoes.
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 17:21:25 (permalink)
    Long Island? That's a New One on me. I thought it was called Manhattan. Nonetheless, I like both kinds.
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 17:30:50 (permalink)
    bill voss

    Long Island? That's a New One on me. I thought it was called Manhattan. Nonetheless, I like both kinds.

    Hey Bill, I always had Manhattan clam chowder in Connecticut, When I came to Washington State they only had white............For a real clam broth taste there is nothing like Manhattan clam chowder.................
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 18:36:59 (permalink)
    I think that tomato  takes away  from  the  flavor  of  clams     New England stye for me,  please!
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 19:45:18 (permalink)
    CTF- I am convinced you should bottle your soups and start a mail order business... I would be one of your first customers!! Excellent job!
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/17 20:07:53 (permalink)
    annpeeples

    CTF- I am convinced you should bottle your soups and start a mail order business... I would be one of your first customers!! Excellent job!

    Indubitably!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/18 11:55:47 (permalink)
    bill voss

    Long Island? That's a New One on me. I thought it was called Manhattan. Nonetheless, I like both kinds.

    Yep, I goofed I meant Manhatten.
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/22 15:30:21 (permalink)
    Chewy,have you considered writing a cookbook? I would be glad to partner with you on it. I have a collection of soup recipes I developed over the years, most from leftovers. Never have done anything with them but everyone loves all of them.
    By the way, we lived in Frederick for four years. Used to pass your place to get to York. Now I am constantly kicking myself for not stopping in. Never realized the food would be so great, as it obviously is. Why don't you open a branch down here?
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/22 16:57:44 (permalink)
    shortchef

    Chewy,have you considered writing a cookbook? I would be glad to partner with you on it. I have a collection of soup recipes I developed over the years, most from leftovers. Never have done anything with them but everyone loves all of them.
    By the way, we lived in Frederick for four years. Used to pass your place to get to York. Now I am constantly kicking myself for not stopping in. Never realized the food would be so great, as it obviously is. Why don't you open a branch down here?
    Janet

    Chef,wish you had stopped in, maybe you could be the branch owner in Fla. now!
    As far as a cookbook I never really thought about it, I do love dreaming up soups and dishes I'ne never seen anywhere but I know would taste great, my shortcoming though is how to explain a personal portion recipe for a cookbook. Thanks for the kind words!
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/23 00:34:00 (permalink)
    wow...looks delicious..can you share to us your recipe?...i really want to learn how to cook...

    post edited by janachen - 2010/12/13 01:36:37
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2010/11/26 17:11:37 (permalink)
    janachen

    wow...looks delicious..can you share to us your recipe?...i really want to learn how to cook...

    Onions  carrots, green pepper, liquified, chopped celery, chicken broth, idaho potato, bacon, whole clams, whole cream or 1/2 & 1/2, creme sherry, clam juice, thyme, pepper, lobster base,  simmer all together, adjust as necessary till the potatoes are a go, don't be shy with the amount of clams.

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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2011/03/23 00:48:28 (permalink)
    Dude, you went all out! Great picture and I'm sure  it is as delicious  as it looks. Have you tried to put a few drops of fish sauce in your chowder. It does wonders for ours.
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2011/03/23 02:28:45 (permalink)
    Chewing thefat, 
    That Looks awesome. I'm having a hard time not buying a ticket to fly across the country just to eat 3 squares at your place, it all looks so good. Did you ever get the kimchi from Cosmos?
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2011/03/23 08:29:59 (permalink)
    Mr Chewy---how can you afford to supply Harry Winston spoons ? 
    But with a chow-dar (please use Maine accent when talking about chow-dars) that thick and
    Good-Lookin' a Winston Spoon would be appropriate.  By the way Harry was the Diamond King----my old buddy Paul Revere made the silverware. 
     
    Sign me up for the cook book---send a autographed copy so that it will escalate in value.  I will leave it to my kids in my will. 
     
    "Le Soup de Chewy" hits NYTimes best seller list for 14th consecutive week.   Bon Appetit !!!!!!!!!!!!! RIP Julia.
    post edited by the ancient mariner - 2011/03/23 08:34:08
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2011/03/23 09:12:04 (permalink)
    Was stationed in New London for years and ate clam chowder all up and down the eastern seaboard (i will not eat the red stuff) yours looks truely exceptional. Can't get none of that here in Texas unless it's from a can.
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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2011/03/23 12:08:38 (permalink)
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    Chewing thefat, 
    That Looks awesome. I'm having a hard time not buying a ticket to fly across the country just to eat 3 squares at your place, it all looks so good. Did you ever get the kimchi from Cosmos?

    Ed, got it at an Asian market in Frederick Md., it's really good on the pulled pork, but most folks are afraid to try it, they don't know what they are missing!

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    Re:Pics of My Clam Chowder 2011/03/23 12:17:16 (permalink)
    the ancient mariner

    Mr Chewy---how can you afford to supply Harry Winston spoons ? 
    But with a chow-dar (please use Maine accent when talking about chow-dars) that thick and
    Good-Lookin' a Winston Spoon would be appropriate.  By the way Harry was the Diamond King----my old buddy Paul Revere made the silverware. 

    Sign me up for the cook book---send a autographed copy so that it will escalate in value.  I will leave it to my kids in my will. 

    "Le Soup de Chewy" hits NYTimes best seller list for 14th consecutive week.   Bon Appetit !!!!!!!!!!!!! RIP Julia.

    Ancient One, Harry eats here every day, leaves a spoon as a tip, pure silver, I wait on him myself. The Cookbook is currently in printing, 3500 pages, weighs 75 lbs. pics recipes, social philosophy, directions to everywhere and everything, cute baby names, odd things that have happrned here...a little for everyone. I'll sign a copy and Yellow freight it to you along with a Dolly, so you can move it around...all for $19.95, but WAIT, THERE'S MORE...
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