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DandyDog

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Keeping Chowders warm Mon, 02/11/08 8:38 AM (permalink)
I love to make chowders and cream based soups but I was wondering if it will break down if kept warm in a crock pot? I'd like to serve it at an event so it will be mostly all day in the crock pot or roaster. I don't want it to get scummy or the butter to separate from the cream making it a thin soup. Thanks for your advice
 
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    RE: Keeping Chowders warm Mon, 02/11/08 8:46 AM (permalink)
    Kept warm in a bain-marie and stirred every 15-20 minutes; you should have no problems.
     
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      DandyDog

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      RE: Keeping Chowders warm Mon, 02/11/08 8:53 AM (permalink)
      Ahhha yes, a water bath. Thanks for reminding me. I just didn't want to pay a of $$$$ for one of those soup kettles that you see at all of the buffets.
       
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