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Cathy

This reminds me that soup, or chowder, is so good anytime! I used to work in the restaurant biz, and the chef added the stripped cobs to the broth. He said it adds even more corn flavor. Remove, of course, before serving! Thanks for all your inspiring food ideas.

CityMama

Yes, Cathy, I do that, too. If I can get to them before Bunny does. She loves to eat the stripped cobs almost as much as whole ones.

bitemycookie

romy, i love your food styling! this sounds yum.

greensunflower

I made this last night. It came out pretty well, but I think I did two things wrong. I added 8 instead of 6 cups of water and it was way to watery. And I forgot to salt every level of food added, so only the broth had salt in it, and I didnt add it unti the end. So it didnt have a chance. I had my family over and the four of us still devoured it and a salad made with farmer's market tomatoes and vinaigrette.

CityMama

Thanks for the feedback greensunflower--you can also use even less water/broth (like, 4 cups) and more milk in the end. The soup should be brothy rather than chunky and thick (like canned chowder).

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