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Potato Stew II

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Fresh herbs make a big difference in this stew. Chives or dill may be substituted for lovage. View Recipe »

Hearty Potato Stew

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This Hearty Potato Stew can be serves as a tasty alternative to mashed or baked potatoes with meat... View Recipe »

Sausage Stew

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If you like your sausage stew with extra heat, crank up the temperature in this recipe up using... View Recipe »

Pork Stew II

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Fix anytime, for any occasion. View Recipe »

Joe Booker Stew

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Top this basic beef stew with dumplings and have on a cold winter night. View Recipe »

Beef and Mushroom Stew

Beef and Mushroom Stew

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This fragrant beef and mushroom stew gets an extra punch of color from the addition of green olives,... View Recipe »

Beef and Bean Stew

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Try snap beans, peas, and other vegetables in this stew. By adding them at the end you can... View Recipe »


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South islanders thicken their chowder slightly, others do not. This version produces a thin broth. For a thicker... View Recipe »

Beefsteak Chowder

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This unusual recipe for Beefsteak Chowder comes straight from Martha’s Vineyard. View Recipe »

Salmon Chowder

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Use canned salmon, drained and boned for this salmon chowder recipe, if fresh is not available. View Recipe »

Manhattan Clam Chowder

3 votes, 2.67 avg. rating (59% score)

Many New England cooks believe this soup should never darken their dining room doors. View Recipe »

Clam and Corn Chowder

1 vote, 2.00 avg. rating (59% score)

This Clam and Corn Chowder recipe combines two New England favorites in one bubbling pot. View Recipe »

Clam Chowder III

1 vote, 2.00 avg. rating (59% score)

For a thicker broth, substitute a cup of heavy cream for a cup of the milk. View Recipe »

Clam Chowder II

1 vote, 3.00 avg. rating (69% score)

Vermouth and bacon make a distinctive difference. View Recipe »

Clam Chowder I

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There are almost as many ways to make clam chowder as there are cooks in New England. Here’s... View Recipe »

Grandma’s Egg and Shredded Wheat

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My grandmother used to feed this to my father when he was a boy. He loves it... View Recipe »

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