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Chef Van Aken writes: "I have made a version of this soup for over 20 years now and I never tire of it. It’s one of those soups that actually can be a full lunch or dinner. As with many soups, this improves if made a day ahead of time, which makes it an ideal party dish. I like to keep it traditional and offer a shot of dry sherry at the table. It really rounds out the flavors. Serve with warm bread and butter in that the soup is a touch spicy."
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cookalot #2
I made this up tonight for supper. We thought it was good, but I am posting, more to keep it on file, and for other people to tweak and let me know what they did to make it better. The anico soup we bought at Costco.
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Guava Girl
Living in the Florida Keys, we eat a lot of fish. I developed this recipe through several attempts. It is still a work in progress. I have used snapper, grouper, and dolphin. Almost any fish could be used if those are not available.
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Debaylady
This recipe is a local one that most people make and enjoy on a regular basis when we can get fresh fish. It is excellent with a freshy made French bread. Add a nice tossed salad with garden vegetables and you can easily use this soup as your main course.
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Happy Hippie
This is a very good, quick and easy chowder. Although the recipe calls for cod, any white fish could be substituted. I cook and and crumble bacon to garnish each serving.
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Bob LeBlanc
A quick and easy chowder that you will make again and again. Basic recipe came from The Gloucester Fishermens Wives Cookbook.
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Fish Chowder recipe. Ready In: 45 min. Makes 4-6 servings 206 per serving Ingredients: water, potatoes, bacon slices, onion, fish fillets, thyme, cream, half and half, salt, black pepper, parsley leaves
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Fish Chowder
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Rosemary
A creamy fish chowder made chunky with potatoes, onions, and bacon.
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Kathleen Kanen, Cooking Light JANUARY 2007
Bacon brings a welcome smokiness to this fish chowder. Serve with oyster crackers on a cold night and you will warm up in no time.
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Kathleen Kanen, Cooking Light JANUARY 2007
Bacon brings a welcome smokiness to this fish chowder. Serve with oyster crackers on a cold night and you will warm up in no time.
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AMYTHE
The fishermen of Bodega Bay, California shared this favorite, quick and easy recipe with my sister during a Fish Festival. It is one of the best chowders I've had, and my kids love it too! We top with bacon bits and a few shakes of hot sauce for a little spice. Enjoy!
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