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 Post subject: Lollygram - Favorite Seafood Dish?
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Crab. Any kind. Soft-shelled is easiest to get to. Deep fried in a po-boy is fine. Bourbon Street Restaurant in Bangkok makes a curried soft-shelled crab dish that's hard to beat. See http://www.bourbonstbkk.com.


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 Post subject: Re: Lollygram - Favorite Seafood Dish?
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Union Oyster House Clam Chowder
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Makes 2 quarts.

Recipe courtesy of Union Oyster House, Boston, Massachusetts.
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Ingredients:

• 2 ounces salt pork
• 1 small onion, diced
• ½ cup butter
• 2 ribs celery, minced
• 2 pounds fresh (or frozen) clams, diced (not canned)
• 1 quart clam juice
• 1 pound potatoes, diced
• 2 cups Half & Half, warmed
• - salt, pepper, Tabasco, Worcestershire - to taste
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Method:


1. Bring potatoes and clam juice to a boil; cook until potatoes are done.
2. Add clams (along with any surplus juice from same); cook until done.
3. Set aside
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Note: Do not overcook or clams will be tough.
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4. Skin pork, dice and sauté in pan; cook until rendered.
5. Add onions; cook until glassy.
6. Add butter, melt and cook slightly.
7. Add flour. If mixture is too loose, add a little more flour.
8. Cook until slightly colored.
9. Bring clams, juice and potatoes back to a boil.
10. Add cooked roux.
11. Thicken and bring to a rolling boil and stir.
12. Add previously heated half & half to desired consistency.
13. Season to taste.
14. Serve with oyster or pilot crackers.
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Crab meat - fixed any whicha way. Dang, these Lollygrams be sending me back to re-winds: I do declare: One of the bestest uses of crab meat -- Take your banker to lunch. You'll need her/him. -- can, IMHO, be found at The City's Bon Ton Cafè. That crabmeat au gratin Stuff ougtta be available to put into an IV! Donach'a see?


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