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LOOKING for: New England/Manhattan Clam Chowder

Posted by dlhealdquilter (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 12, 11 at 14:44

I was recently on vacation and stopped at The Towne Tavern for dinner in Sand Lake, NY. They were serving a Cherry Plains Chowder that night, which was a cross between a New England Clam Chowder and a Manhattan clam chowder. It was absolutely devine!

I have tried contacting The Towne Tavern via their web site for their recipe with no luck. Short of making a batch of New England Clam Chowder and a batch of Manhattan clam chowder and mixing the two together, does anyone out there have a recipe that might be similar to what I am looking for?


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RE: LOOKING for: New England/Manhattan Clam Chowder

I can't imagine what you are talking about.....a creamy chowder with bits of tomatoes, potatoes, clams and strongly flavored with thyme?
Linda C


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